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Life of Admiral Dewev 
Ponrait uf C.imniodore Dewey 

Battle i.f Manila Bav 

The Triumphal Arch in New York 
The New York Municipal Reception Committee 
The Executive and other Committees 
Chairmen of all Committees 

Ex-Mayors of New York 

Album of S45 Committeemen 



Contents 

Index to the whole volume on pages 151 and 152 

'^-^'■■^ PAGE 

?-6 Reception in New York City ....... 109-150 

5 The Brooklyn Bridge Illumination ..... ion 

6 Visit to the Brookh-n Navy Yard 109, 112 

7-10 The Naval Parade ug 

11-13 Gold Loving Cup Presentation ...... 114, 126, 150 

14 The Land Parade ......... ng 

15-16 The Oh-mpia Sailors' Smoker ....... ng 

1 7 Review of the Land Parade 143 

15-108 Index to Volume ......... 151-152 

[Ci'pyrig-ht, iSoQ, by :\1osl:s King] 



Introduction 

THE original design of this volume was to bring together merely 
the portraits of as many as possible of the eleven hundred and 
fifty-two citizens who were chosen by Mayor Van Wyck to arrange 
for New York's reception to Admiral Dewey ; but later it seemed desir- 
able to prefix a brief life of the Admiral, a story of the battle of 
Manila Bay, and a sketch of the Triumphal Arch, and also to add a 
profusely illustrated narrative of the three days' ceremonies in New 
York, so as to make the volume an appropriate enduring memorial 
of a notable historic event — the grandest reception ever given to a 
nation's hero. 



The Makers of this Volume 



In the text and compilation very valuable aid has been given by Major (;kor.;i-: F. Wii.li.-vms, journalist, historian and veteran, and 
Miss Annie M. Bulkminsikk, aj'/New England educator. The printing— composition and presswork— of this volume, with almost one thousand 
half tone engravings, has been a rare i^ainstaking task, acconiplislied with exceptional skill by the Ciiasmar-Winchell Press. 

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Admiral Dewey's Career 



By Major Geor 
Author of "Bullet and Shell, 
A DMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY, the hero of Manila Bay, was born 
J-\ at Montpeher, A't. , on December 26, 1S37, his father being a prac- 
ticing physician. His ancestors fought valiantly in the old Indian 
and French wars. One was Captain Samuel Talcott, who commanded 
the di-agoons at Deerfield on the outbreak of King William's War in 1690 ■ 
another ancestor was Captain John Maudsley, who served in King Philips 
War, while a third was Captain Elizur Holyoke, an early settler of 
Spnngheld, Mass., and a famous Indian fighter. Mount Holyoke was 
named after him. Captain Talcott came from Braintree, County Essex 
England, and was deputy governor during 1637, and magistrate and 
treasurer of the colony from 1654 to 1660. 

The Admiral's grandmother was Mary Talcott, daughter of Samuel 
Talcott, of Glastonbury, whose dwelling is still standing in Marlborough, 
and on the Gilead church record is her marriage to Zuchariah Perrin, m 
January, 17S1. Their daughter Mary, born m 1799, married Dr. Julius 
Yemans Dewey, of Jlontpelier, and became the mother of the Admiral. 
She died when he was live years of age, his sister being two years younger. 
His father's reins of discipline seem to have been very lightly held, 
for George, being a vigorous boy, soon became unruly. Natural'lv pug- 
nacious, he was over-fond of fighting, and, not content with whipping 
his schoolmates, even ventured to tackle his teachers. He linally grew 
to be the teiTor of his school, being the ringleader in all kinds of boyish 
mischief. His teachers could do nothing with the embrvo hero, resigning 
in rapid succession. Finally Zebina K. Pangborn, a college graduate 
and athlete, took the school. On his arrival he found young Dewey 
perched in a tree pelting his mates with stones he had stored in his 
pockets. Refusing to cnme down, Dewey was jerked from his perch 
and cuffed. He immediately organized a battalion of his mates and am- 
bushed Pangborn on the road, pelting him with snowballs. 

The next morning a boy was called up in school for punishment, 
when George marched his battalion to the desk and announced that they 
were going to thrash the teacher. Pangborn made a vigorous defence, 
and getting hold of young Dewey, gave him an unmerciful thrashing 
with a rawhide and stout hickory switch, taking the battered boy to his 
father, who thanked him. George had now found his master, and grow- 
ing obedient, soon became the best and brightest boy in the school. In 
after life George thanked his teacher for conquering him, saying that 
intelligent severity had made a man of him. 

On lea^'ing the Montpelier school Dewey entered the Johnson 
Vermont Academy, remaining there one year, when he went to the 
Norwich University, located in the pleasant town of Northfield, Vt. 
Dr. Dewey, recognizing the natural combative qualities of his sim, 
desired that he should enter the army, and George consented, though he 
preferred the navy. The disciphne of the university was strictlv a 
military one, infractions of the rules being usually punished by "pack 
drill" round an old elm tree. Still mis- 
chievous, the future Admiral had to spend 
many a weary hour in marching round the 
tree, carrying a knapsack and musket. 

Reluctantly acceding to his son's wishes. 
Dr. Dewey asked for his appointment to the 
Naval Academy at Annapolis, but could 
procure one only for an alternate. The 
regular appointee failed in e.xamination, 
but George passed triumphantly, donning 
the uniform of a cadet on September 23, 
1854. During his term of study young 
Dewey often manifested his love of fighting, 
alwa3'S resenting an insult. The result was 
several pitched fistic battles, and he once 
accepted a classmate's challenge to a duel 
with pistols. The encounter was prevented 
by the officer of the day. It must not be 
understood that Dewey was brutal or insub- 
ordinate in his instincts, his misconduct and 
pugnaciousness being the natural ebullition 
of a fearless boyish disposition. 

George Dewey graduated in 1858, being 
fifth in a class of fourteen, and was ordered 
for dut)' on the frigate Wabash, then in the 
Mediterranean Squadron. After cruising 
for a year, he returned to Annapolis for final 
examination, pas.sing as midshipman on Jan- 
uary 19, 1861, and receiving the rank of 



GE F. Williams, 
'"Memorial War Book," etc. 

master on February 23, 18O1. When Beauregard's guns were fired on 
Fort .Sumter Dewey was at home in Montpelier with<jut hope of imme- 
diate employment. He started for Washington on the first train, and 
reported at the Navy Department on the foIl(jwing day, receiving a 
lieutenant's commission on April ly, 1S61, and was assigned to the old 
side-wheeler sloop of war Mississippi, in the Gulf Squadron under 
Farragut. After considerable tedious and unimportant service Dewey's 
ship followed Farragut in the attack on Foils Jackson and St. Philip, 
which defended the approaches to New Orleans, on the Mississippi River. 

During the terrific bombardment that ensued the Confederate ram 
Manassas attacked the sloop Mississippi and disabled her, but the ram 
received a parting broadside from the Federal ship, when a shell entered 
the magazine and destroyed the ram. Lieutenant Dewej- was a power- 
ful swimmer, having learned the art in Onion River, that ran beside his 
father's fields. While the crew were trj-ing to reach shore he saw a 
wounded sailor on the point of sinking, so went to his assistance, support- 
ing the man under a shower of shot and shell until they reached the bank. 
When the fleet participated in a night attack upon Fort Hudson, Dewey 
instructed his men to whitewash the deck in order that they could more 
readily discern the running gear of the guns, a novel but effective 
proceeding. 

In 1S63 Dewey was transferred to the North Atlantic Squadron, as 
executi\'e officer of the Agawam, on which he saw considerable fighting 
in the James River, during the closing operations of General Grant in 
front of Petersburg and Richmond, and he took part in the final and 
successful attack on Fort Fisher, displaying great gallantry. Being pro- 
moted to the rank of Lieutenant-Commander on ilarch 3, 1865, he served 
on the historic Kearsarge and the Colorado. As an evidence of his 
courage, it is related that when orders were given on board the flagship 
Colorado to set the sails in a furious gale raging in the Bav of Biscay, 
Dewey led the crew aloft and assisted in the task. 

Having performed more than the usual time at sea, Dewey was 
assigned in 1S67 to duty at the Kutery Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. , 
and there married Miss Susan B. Goodwin, daughter of AVar Governor 
Ichabod Goodwin, on October 24, 1867. His next assignment was to 
Annapolis, where he remained two years, receiving the rank of Com- 
mander on April 13, 1872, and the command of the Narragansett. 
During the following December an event occurred which has since 
saddened the Admiral's life, his wife dying five days after giving birth to 
a son. .Strong in his affections for his dead wife. Admiral Dewey has 
remained a widower, devoted only to his profession. Completing some 
surveys in the Pacific C^cean, he was made a member of the Lighthouse 
Board, and subsequentl}' served in the Asiatic Squadron during 1S82-83, 
being promoted to Captain on September 27, 1S84, and given command 
of the Dolphin, then a part of the original White Squadron. He went in 




THE l«RTHPL,\CE OF ADlIIRAfv DEWEY 

M( )NTI'IC1,IEK, \"EKMON'T 



THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

In the City of New York 



1SS5 to the Pensacola, flai;"ship of the European Squadron, and it was 
while commanding' that vessel that a characteristic incident occurred. 
The Pensacola was Iving at iNIalta wlien a serious fight occurred on shore 
among the jack tars of different nations. One of the aides of the 
British Governor went on board the Pensacola and demanded a parade 
of the crew for the 
piurpose oi identify- 
ing alleged ringlead- 
ers in the disturh- 
a n c e . C a p t a i n 
Dewey glanced at 
the Stars and Stripes 
flying over his head, 
and, pointing to the 
flag, quietly said; 

" This deck is 
United States terri- 
tory, and I'll not pa- 
rade my men for an^- 
foreigner that e\er 
drew breath." 

George Dewey 
has always been rec- 
ognized as a strict 
disciplinarian, but 
he knows when re- 
laxation is proper 
and timely. He 
hates falsehood, and 
once punished a sea- 
man for denying that 
he had been intoxi- 
cated, saying it was 
the lie and not the 
offense he punished. 

Neat and precise in his dress and a stickler for naval etiquette, he was 
alwa)'S considered a dude by his brother officers, but they never 
questioned his seamanship or his fighting qualities. 

Ha\'ing made a brilliant record during the momentous Civil War, 
the future Admiral spent thirty-three 3'ears of peace in studying the 
progress in the system of naval warfare, his experience in sea and land 
duty preparing him for the crisis in which he won und\-ing fame. 

In 1889 Dewe)' was made Chief of the Bureau of Equipment, and 
rose to the rank of Commodore on February 28, 1896. During the 
initial and vexatious diplomatic troubles between the United .States 
and Spain Commodore Dewe)- was an early applicant for the command 




GEORGE DEWEY 
AT .^ROUT THE .\GE OF THIRTY TE.ARS 



of the Asiatic Squadron, for he saw clearly that, in the event of 
a war between the two nations, the best opportunity for gaining 
distinction and promotion would be found in Eastern waters. Assistant 
Secretary of the Xavy Theodore Roosevelt was also impressed by the 
importance of the Asiatic station, and nominated Commodore Dewey 

for that command. 
The suggestion met 
with considerable 
opposition in the bu- 
reaus. But Roose- 
velt said he wanted 
to see a good fighter 
at the head of the 
Asiatic Squadron, 
and, as there was no 
question regarding 
Dewey's belligerent 
qualities, he was fin- 
ally selected by the 
President and the 
Secretary of the 
Navy. So averse 
were naval officers to 
going to China that 
he found it difficult 
to organize his per- 
sonal stafif, several 
officers declining 
who now wish they 
had accepted. In 
due time war was 
declared and he won 
his wonderful vic- 
tor)' in Manila Bay, 
on Sunday, May i, 

1898. For his great services President McKinley appointed him an act- 
ing Rear Admiral, Congress confirnring the promotion, and voting the 
Admiral a sword of honor. The grade of Admiral was subsequently 
revived and conferred upon Dewey, the bill releasing him from the 
requirements of the retiring law, so that he can remain at the head 
of the American Navy as long as he wishes. 

The enthusiastic and spectacular reception given the Admiral by 
the citizens of New York Cit)', during the closing days of September, 

1899, Avas not alone a deserved tribute to his genius as a sea-fighter and 
diplomat, but also a recognition of the efficiency of the entire American 
Na\'y in tinre of war. 




SUSAN B. GOOinVIN DEWEY 
THE WIFE OF THE .\DMIR.\L 






EDWARD DEWEY 

BROTHER OF THE AD.MIRAL 



DR, JULIUS Y. DEWEY 

FATHER OF THE ADMIRAL 



CHARLES DEWEY 

BROTHER OF THE ADMIRAL 




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Photograph by Bell, of Washington 



ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY 

PHOTOGRAPHED WHEN COMMODORE, UNITED STATES NAVY 



The Battle of Manila Bay 



Greaiest Sea Fight in Histi^ry Destriction of an Entire Spanish Fleet in less than Seven Hours 



THE must wonderful sea fiv^ht recorded in either ancient or modern 
hist<">r\- was the one waged bv Commodore George Dewey in 
Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, on May i, 189S. With only four 
American cruisers and two gunboats he attacked and utterly destroyed 
seven Spanish cruisers and five gunb(_iats, besides silencing and capturing 
the formidable shore batteries on Cavite Point. The remarkable 
feature i.>f the battle was the absence of loss of life on the American 
side, as compared with an excessive loss in killed and wounded among 
the Spaniards. The engagement also gained for the United States 
territorial possession of the entire Philippine Archipelago. 

Commodore Dewey's fleet was lying at anchor in Mirs Bay, a few 
miles north of Hong Kong, completely stripped for active service, when 
Secretary John D. Long sent the following cable order to the future 
Admiral of the United States Xav}-: 

Washington, April 24, 1898 
DEWEV, Hong- Ki.ng 

War has cr.nimenccd between the United States and Spain. Proceed at once to 
Philippine Islands. Commence operations at once, particularly a,t;ainst the Spanish 
fleet. You must capture or destroy. Use utmost endeavors. Long 

Never was a sterner or more comprehensive order issued to the 
commander uf a fleet. Brief, incisive, and to the point, the message 
went from the executive head of the United States Navy to a man 
ready to obey orders under any circumstances. 

The American fleet on duty in Asiatic waters consisted of the 
cruisers Olympia, Boston, Baltimore and Raleigh; the gunboats Concord 
and Petrel, with the revenue cutter, Hugh McCulloch, as convoy to two 
supply transports. The six fighting ships had an effective strength of 
1808 officers and men, with 57 guns of heavy calibre. The run of 62 S 
miles from Mirs Bay to Subig Bay, thirty miles from Manila, was 
accomplished by noon of April 30. 

Ascertaining that Admiral Montojo was evidently waiting for him 
in Manila Bay, Commodore Dewey decided to enter that port under 
cover of night, and risking all danger from torpedoes and the land 
batteries at the entrance to the Boca Grande passage, to make an attack 
on the Spanish fleet. Waiting until the sun and moon had sunk below 
the horizon, the American Squadron sighted the Corregidor Island lights 
soon after midnight on the morning of Sunday, May i, and steamed 
slowly into the ba\- with all lights extinguished or carefully hooded. 
The throbbing of the engines and the kicks of the screws were painfully 
audible to officers and men, but no alarm was taken in the forts until a 
shower of sparks rose from the McCulloch's funnel. Then three harmless 
shots were fired, the Spanish guns being quickly silenced by a 4-inch 
and an 8-inch shell from the Concord and the Boston. The squadron 
went on to face the torpedoes, but nothing happened to check the 
mysterious movement until after sunrise, and the position of Montojo's 
fleet was revealed. It included the cruisers Reina Cristina, Castilla, 
Don Antonio de Ulloa, Don Juan de Austria, Isla de Luzon, Isla de 
Cuba and Velasco; the gunboats Marquis del Duero, General Lezo, El 
Correo, Quiros and Villaboros; two torpedo boats and two transports. 
The Spaniards had 1948 officers and men, with 44 guns, besides the 
shore batteries at Cavite. 

Running up the signal, " Hold your fire until close in," Commodore 
Dewey led his squadron onward. Then a geyser of mud and water rose 
near the bow of the Baltimore and soon after another shook the bay near 
the Raleigh. That was all that the dreaded torpedoes accomplished. 
As soon as the Spaniards saw the invading vessels every battery opened 
a furious fusillade, but the guns were badly aimed, for none took effect. 
The American crews responded with a hearty cheer, as the famous 
signal, "Remember the Maine," flew in the early sunlight. Then 
another signal was hoisted on the Olympia, " Fire when convenient," 
and the Commodore turned to Captain Gridley, who was in his conning 
tower, and said quietly : " You may fire, Gridley, when you are ready." 
The flag captain nodded, and one of the port 8-inch guns threw a 250- 
pound shell at the Reina Cristina, the Baltimore and the Boston quickly 
following suit, all of the three huge shells crashing into the Spanish flag 
ship. Better aim was now shown by Montojo's gunners, one of their 
shells cutting the wire rigging over Commodore Dewey's head, another 
tearing a long splinter from the main deck of the Olympia. 

" Open with all available guns," wasthe next signal, and a deafening 
roar filled the air as over twenty 5-inch and 8-inch guns opened, each 
delivering a shell every six minutes. The effect was marvelous, for the 
Spanish ships rocked under the impact of the terrific missiles. By con- 
trast one Spanish shell passed clean through the Baltimore, a second 
glanced from her side, and a third cut the signal lanyards from Lieuten- 



ant Brumby's hands, as he stood on the after bridge of the Olympia. 
The Boston was hit by another shell, which wrecked a stateroom, and 
a second struck her foremast. That was all the damage. 

The orders were for the squadron to steam slowly in line past the 
enemy, delivering broadsides as long as each ship had the direct range. 
Then they were to turn in regular order, and use the starboard guns on 
the return trip, and continue repeating the manoeuvre of evolution. As 
Dewev-'s ships turned for the second time the Reina Cristina steamed 
out, heading for the Olympia. Word was immediately passed to con- 
centrate ever)- gun on the Spanish flagship, which being obeyed, the 
Cristina was seen to shiver, one shell smashing Admiral Montojo's 
bridge ; but he stepped over to the other end, ordering his vessel to return 
to her moorings. As the Cristina's stern came in view. Captain 
Gridley sent in as a raking shot an S-inch shell, which shattered the 
Spaniard's steering gear and tore its way through the hull. At this 
juncture the Raleigh was caught by an insetting current which carried 
her close to the bows of two Spanish cruisers, that failed to take advan- 
tage of the opportunity. Captain Coghlan raked both vessels and then 
resumed his place in the moving and fighting line. The discharge of so 
many heavy cannon caused great banks of white smoke, the masses of 
rolling vapor covering the surface of the ba}', only the flashes of the 
guns revealing their positions on ship and shore. Under cover of this 
smoke, two Spanish gunboats darted forward, one aiming to torpedo the 
Olympia, the other to attack Dewey's transports. The Olympia drove 
back her antagonist with her foretop rapid-fire guns, and the Petrel 
pounded the other one so severely that she ran for shore, being sunk 
before reaching it. 

At 7.45 Commodore Dewey made signal to cease firing and proceed 
to the eastern side of the bay. Ordering breakfast served, the Commo- 
dore summoned his ship commanders for report. They announced the 
astounding fact that not a man had been hit, the death of Chief Engineer 
Frank B. Randall, of the McCulloch, of heart disease, being the only 
casualty. After a rest of three hours the squadron again proceeded to the 
attack. It was known that the Reina Cristina was out of the fight, and 
Admiral Montojo was seen transferring his flag to the Isla de Cuba. 

The Baltimore now led the line and headed for the Austria and 
Cristina. The Spaniards were growing more accurate in their aim, two 
shells exploding on the Baltimore's deck, disabling eight men. Swinging 
his ship around. Captain Dyer delivered a broadside at the Cristina, 
which crumbled under the terrific discharge and blew up, a shower of 
fragments and the bodies of men falling all around her. Captain Cadarso, 
her commander, being amcjng the killed. The Austria next received the 
fire of the Olympia and the Raleigh, a shell from the latter exploding 
her magazine, and she sank, taking with her the gunboat El Correo. 
The Velasco encountered the Boston, and so terrific was the latter's 
broadside that she listed to port, then careened to the starboard and 
went down. The Castilla was then seen to be on fire, her crew scuttling 
their ship to prevent the magazine from exploding. Captain Robiou, of 
the Don Antonio de Ulloa, then showed his heroism, for though the 
Olympia and the Boston kept pouring in huge shells, riddling the Ulloa, 
the Spaniards clung to their guns, Robiou nailing his ensign to the mast. 
Finally the Ulloa sank, her officers dying at their posts. 

The battle was now practically ended, Dewey having literally obeyed 
his orders to destroy the Spanish fleet. But the shore batteries were still 
firing. Although they were not doing much harm, it was necessary that 
they should be silenced. In less than an hour the task was accomplished, 
the end coming suddenly by the explosion of the Cavite arsenal mag- 
azine. Thus ended the battle of Manila Bay. Twelve Spanish war 
vessels were sunk or destroyed, a transport was captured, as well as the 
forts and arsenal of Cavite, while the entire Philippine archipelago 
became American territory. The Spaniards had 424 killed, 210 wounded, 
while only two officers and six men were slightly wounded on the Amer- 
can side, and every ship remained in good fighting trim, a record 
unequaled in the history of naval warfare. 

The officers who commanded the ships composing Admiral Dewey's 
fleet in Manila Bay were Captain Charles V. Gridley, the Olympia ; 
Captain Frank Wildes, the Boston; Captain Joseph B. Coghlan, the 
Raleigh; Captain Nehemiah Mayo Dyer, the Baltimore; Commander 
Asa Walker, the Concord; Commander Edward P. Wood, the Petrel; 
Captain D. B. Hodgson, the revenue cutter Hugh McCulloch. Captain 
Gridley was subsequently invalided and ordered home. He died in 
Kobe, Japan, June 5, 189S. Commander Lamberton succeeded to the 
command of the Olympia, being commissioned Captain on May 11, 1898. 



^he Dewey Arch 




THE QUADRIGA, SURMOUNTING THE ARCH AND REPRESENTING VICTORY ON THE SEA. JOHN Q. A. WARD, SCULPTOR 



THE DEWEY ARCH on the Madison Square plaza in lienor of the 
great Admiral is a magnificent art production. It was the out- 
come of an idea of Charles R. Lamb, one of the vice-presidents of 
the National Sculpture Society. His suggestion meeting with approval, 
a committee of five was appointed, consisting of President Ward, 
Charles Rollinson Lamb, Karl Bitter, F. Wellington Ruckstuhl and John 
De Witt Warner. The site selected by an advisory committee of archi- 
tects, composed of George B. Post, Bruce Price and Charles C. Haight, 
was at Twenty-fourth Street and Fifth Avenue for the arch— thus per- 
mitting the addition of a colonnade, starting at Twenty-third Street and 
ending at Twenty-fifth Street. 

All of the members of the Society freely gave their services in mak- 
ing the original models, and in superintending the final modeling of the 
figures and groups. The material employed is known as " white staff," 
closely resembling marble. 

While in general outline the arch suggests the Arch of Titus and 
Vespasian, erected in Rome by the Emperor Domitian in commemora- 
tion of the taking of Jerusalem by the Roman legions, a definite change 
is made by following the Arc de Triomphe of Paris in piercing east and 
west the piers, thereby lending lightness to the towering structure. 
The height of the arch proper is 80 feet, the figures composing Sculptor 
Ward's quadriga, which crowns it, making it reach the height of 100 
feet from the roadway. The space inside the arch is 30 feet wide from 
pier to pier, and the full width is 70 feet. 

The actual cost of the arch was $35,000 for material and artisan labor. 



The work of the artists and sculptors who designed the structure and its 
embellishments is estimated at $350,000 in value, but was contributed by 
them as their share in welcoming Admiral Dewey. 

The most conspicuous feature of the arch is Ward's colossal figure of 
Victory, which crowns the structure. Standing amidst a group of Tri- 
tons, at the bow of a boat drawn by sea horses. Victory is seen extending 
the crown of laurel to the hero of the day. 

On the large piers on the north and south sides of the arch are four 
colossal groups. They represent "The Call to Arms," by Philip Mar- 
tiny; "The Combat," by Karl Bitter; "The Triumphal ,, Return," by 
Charles H. Niehaus; and " Peace," by Daniel C. French. 

The spandrels on the eastern and western fagades of the arch are 
occupied by two large alto-relievos, representing "The Protection of 
Our Country," by Wilhani Couper, and "The Progress of Ci\nlization, " 
by Johannes S. Gelert. The spandrels of the large arch have figures 
symbolizing "The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans," by E. Hinton Perry 
and " The North and East Rivers," by Isidore Konti. 

The spandrels of the minor arches on penetration of Twenty-fourth 
Street are occupied b)' medallions as follows : " Commodore Lawrence," 
by Henry Baerer; "Commodore Preble," by Carl F. Hammann; 
"Commodore Bainbridge," by Ralph Goddard; "Commodore John 
Barry and Admiral Davies," by Frederick R, Kaldenberg; "Admiral 
Worden and Commodore Foote," by Frederick Moynihan; "Admiral 
Dahlgren," by Caspar Buberl. 

On the attic are placed eight figures, each nearly 12 feet in height. 




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Thev represent "Commodore Paul Jones, " by E. C. Potter; "Commo- 
dore Hull," bv H. K. Bush-Brow-n; "Commodore Decatur," by George 
T. Bre-ivster; "Commodore JIcDonough," by Thomas S. Clarke; "Ad- 
miral Porter," by J. J. Boyle; "Commodore Perry," by Jonathan S. 
Hartley; " Lieutenant Cushing," by H. Augustus Lukeman; "Admiral 
FarragTit," b}* William Ordway Partridge. 

The impressive beauty and dignity of the arch are greatly increased 



bv the colonnade leading up to it from the north and the south. These 
twelve trroups of towering columns were an additional decoration to the 
re\'iewing point. On the pedestals of the triple columns at Twentj^-third 
Street and facing south are elaborate groups. That on the east repre- 
sents " The Armv," bv Frederick W. Ruckstuhl, and contains figures of 
soldiers belonging to the Revolutionary, Civil and American-Spanish 
wars. The group on the west symbolizes "The Navy," and was mod- 
eled bv George E. Bissell. The eastern and western groups on the 
northern pillars at Twentv-fifth Street represent " The East Indies," by 
Charles A. Lopez, and "The "West Indies," by Isidore Konti. The 
double columns between the groups and the arch have a single fig^ure 
of "Victory," designed and modeled by Herbert Adams. Massive' 
globes crown each pillar and add much to the general effect. 

Never before has so elaborate a work of art been produced in this 
country. Its conception and execution shows the rapid progress in 
artistic taste among the people of America at the close of the nineteenth 
centurv. Alreadv there is a movement on foot to reproduce the arch 
and colonnade in enduring marble and bronze. The cost of the per- 
manent work is estimated at Si, 000,000. 






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FREDERICK WELLIXGTOX RUCKSTUHL 

SCULPTOR OF THE "ARMY" GROUP ON COLONXADE 



CHARLES ROLLIXSOX LAMB 

ARCHriECT OF THE ARCH AND COLONNADE 



KARL BITTER 

SCULPTOR OF "THE COMBAT" GROUP ON THE ARCH 




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The Municipal Reception Committee 

Authorized by the City of New York and Aitointed by the Mayor. A Noi able Body of Representative Citizens 



Abbott, George B. 

Abbott, D.D., Rev. Lyman 

Abbott, Willis T. 

Abell, Henry E. 

Abraham, Abraham 

Ackerman, Jacob D. 

Adams, Charles L. 

Adams, Frederick Thompson 

Adler, Charles S. 

Agnew, John Thomson 

Ahearn, John Francis 

Alexander, James Waddell 

Alexander, Robert Carter 

Ailing, Asa AlUng 

Alvord, Andrew P. 

Anderson, Harold M. 

Andrews, Gen. Avery DeLano 

Andrews, Constant A. 

Andrews, Bishop Edward Gayer 

Andrews, George Pierce 

Apgar, Allen Stoddard 

Appleton, Col. Daniel 

Arkell, William J. 

Armstrong, Robert Burns 

Aronson, Rudolph 

Aspinwall, Joseph 

Astor, Col. John Jacob 

Atterbury, Walter B. 

Bacchus, Rev. John Greenwood 

Baer, Allen 

Bailey, Frank 

Ball, Henry A. 

Banks, David 

Banta, Theodore Melvin 

Barnard, Joseph Folger 

Barnes, Gen. AlfredCutler 

Barnes, Capt. John S. 

Barney, Charles Tracy 

Barrett, George Carter 

Barrett, Thomas 

Barsotti, Carlo 

BarthoU>mew, George 

Bartlett, Col. Franklin 

Bartlett, Willard 

Bassford, Thomas Smith 

Bates, Major William Graves 

Baum, Joseph 

Bausch, Jacob Edward 

Beach, Miles 

Beekman, Henry Rutgers 

Belmont, Oliver Hazard Perrj- 

Belmont, Perry 

Benedict, Read 

Bennett, James Gordon 

Bergen, Tunis Gysbert 

Bernhard, Rev. Hartman Ferdinand 

Berri, William 

Bidwell, George R. 

Bigelow, Clarence Otis 

Bischoff, Jr. , Henry 

Bishop, Rev. Hutchins C. 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert 

Blair, George 

Blair, James Alonzo 

Blake, Michael Francis 

Blanchard, James Armstrong 

Bleecker, James 

Bliss, Edward D. 

Bloomingdale, Emanuel Watson 

Blumensteil, Emanuel 

Blumenthal, Joseph 

Bodine, Benjamin JelTerson 

Boldt, George C. 

Bonner, Robert Edwin 

Boody, David Augustus 

Bookstaver, Henr\- Weller 

Booth, Henrj' Prosper 

Bowie)', Frederick 

Boyle, James William 

Bradley, Thomas Joseph 

Brad)-, Anthony Nicholas 

Brady, Thomas Joseph 

Brainard, Frank 

Bremner, Col. Andrew Augustus 

Brennan, Edward C. 

Brennan, Isaac Bell 

Brennan, John F. 

Breslin, James Henr\' 

Brice, Major Stewart Meiley 

Bridges, James J. 

Briggs, S. Ellis 

Britt, Philip John 

Brockway, Col. Horace Hoyt 

Brodsky,' John Ernst 



Brooktield, William 

Brooks, James Wilton 

Brower, George Vanderhoof 

Brown, Ccjl. David Seymour 

Brown, George A. 

Brown, George G. 

Brown, George Preston 

Brown, Harry ShroiT 

Brown, Thomas J. 

Brown, Wilbur C. 

Brown, Col. William Lee 

Bryant, M.D. , Joseph Decatur 

Bryant, William Cullen 

Buckingham, Oliver Wheaton 

Buermann, Charles 

Bulkley, Frank 

Bull, M.D., William Tillinghast 

Burke, John Thomas 

Burleigh, Col. John L. 

Burnett, Gen. Henry Lawrence 

Burrell, George Andrew 

Butler, Jr. , William Allen 

Butt, Gen. McCoskry 

Butterheld, Gen. Daniel 

Byrne, Francis J. 

Caddagan, John Peter 

Cahill," Edward 

Cain, John J. 

Calder, Alexander G. 

Caldwell, John Sipple 

Calhoun, John Caldwell 

Calkins, Hiram 

Callahan, Michael Joseph 

Campbell, Daniel 

Campbell, Felix 

Campbell, Rev. Thomas Joseph 

Cannon, Henry White 

Carleton, Will 

Carpenter, Samuel 

Carroll, Alfred Thomas 

Carroll, Gen. Howard 

Carroll, John Francis 

Carroll, Thomas 

Carter, James Coolidge 

Cassid)', Joseph 

Chamberlin, W. N. 

Chanler, William Astor 

Chapin, Alfred Clark 

Chapman, Lucien T. 

Charles, Daniel E. 

Cheever, Charles A. 

Chener)', Lieut. -Com. Leonard 

Cheney, Frank Woodbridge 

Chenoweth, Alexander Crawford 

Chittenden, Lucius E. 

Christman, George Bernard 

Claflin, John 

Clark, Cyrus 

Clausen, George Caspar 

Clayton, Col. Bertram T. 

Clews, Henry 

Cloughen, John 

Cocheu, Fred C. 

Cockey, Otho Sprigg 

Coffey, Michael Joseph 

Coffin, George Clark 

Cogswell, William Sterling 

Cohen, Nathan Solomon 

Cohen, William Nathan 

Cohn, Charles Lewis 

Cole, Henr)' Oscar 

Cole, William J. 

Cole, William Lindsay 

Coler, Bird Sim 

Coles, Oscar L. 

Collier, Edward L. 

Collins, Cornelius Francis 

CoUyer, D.D., Rev. Robert 

Coniclin, Eugene Henry 

Conklin, George 

Conlan, Lewis Joseph 

Conly, Martin F. 

Constable, James Mansell 

Conway, James P. 

Coogan, James Jay 

Cooper, Edward 

Corrigan, D.D. , Archb. Jlichael A. 

Corsa, Andrew J. 

Corwine, William Rossell 

Cosby, M.D., John B. 

Cotton, Charle's H. 

Coudert, Frederick Rene 

Cowing, Rufus Billings 

Cozier, William Coghlan 



Grain, Thomas C. T. 

Cram, John (Sergeant 

Crawford, George 

Creamer, Frank D. 

Crimmins, Thomas Emmet 

Crisp, William Benton 

Croft, Silas Chapman 

Croker, Richard 

Cromwell, Gefirge 

Cronin, Jeremiah 

Cukor, Morris 

Cullen, Edgar M. 

Cullen, Thomas H. 

Cummings, Amos Jay 

Cunningham, Charles T. 

Curran, James 

Dadv, Michael J. 

Dallas, Jcjhn F. 

Dalton, William 

Daly, Michael T. 

Dalzell, Fred B. 

Damrosch, Walter 

Dana, Paul 

Daniell, John Francis 

Davenport, William B. 

Davies, James R. 

Davis, David Floyd 

Davis, Gherardi 

Davis, Vernon Mansfield 

Daj'ton, Charles Willoughby 

Decker, Alonzo T. 

Decker, James H. 

Deering, James A. 

Deering, "William Alloway 

Deeves, Richard 

De Frece, Abram Brougham 

De Graw, Abram C. 

Delafield, Lewis Livingston 

Delaiield, Richard 

Delmour, John M. 

Delmour, Lawrence 

Demarest, M.D., John Hervey 

Depew, Chauncey Mitchell 

De Peyster, Johnston Livingston 

Dessar, Leo Charles 

Dewey, Edward Wilkins 

DeWitt, William Cantine 

Devo, Robert E. 

Dickey, William Dhu 

Dickey, William Donaldson 

Dickinson, Col. Andrew Glassell 

Dickinson, George H. 

Diemer, John 

Dill, Jr., "Robert Grant 

Dillon, Charles Patrick 

Dillon, William Barley 

Dimock, Henry F. 

Dittenhoefer, Abram Jesse 

Divver, Patrick 

Dodge, Gen. Grenville Jlellen 

Doelger, Sr., Peter 

Doll, Edwin Nicholas 

Donnelly, Thomas Frederick 

Donohiie, Matthew Francis 

Doole)', Matthew Edward 

Dooling, Peter Joseph 

Dorr, Robert East Apthorpe 

Doty, M.D., Alvah H. 

Doughty, George W. 

Downes, Alfred Michael 

Doyle, John F. 

Doyle, William Augustus 

Driggs, Edmund Hope 

Duffv, Col. Edward 

Duffy, William Jay 

Dugro, Philip Henry 

Duncan, William C. 

Dunn, Frank 

Dunn, Thomas Joseph 

Dunphv, James Joseph 

Dutche'r, Silas Belden 

Duval, Charles Louis 

Duval, Horace Clark 

Dykman, Jackson Odell 

Dykman, William N. 

Eames. Francis L. 

Earle, Gen. Ferdinand Pinnev 

Ebbets, Charles H. 

Edson, Franklin 

Egan, John J. 

Egan, Martin J. 

Ehlers, Edward M. L. 

Ehret, George 

Ehrich, Samuel W. 



Einstein, Henry L. 

Elias, Albert J. 

Elliott, Frank Curtis 

Elliott, James F. 

Ellis, Herman 

Elsberg, Nathaniel Albert 

Ely, Smith 

Emmet, William 

Engel, George C. 

Engel, Martin 

Eppelsheimer, F. 

Erben, Admiral Henry 

Erlanger, Mitchell Louis 

Evans, Henry 

Evans, Lemuel E. 

F"air, Thomas Abernethy 

Fairchild, Julian Douglas 

Fallows, Edward Huntington 

Fanning, Neuville Osgood 

Fargo, James C. 

Farragut, Loyall 

Farrell, Edward D. 

Farrell, Edward F. 

Farrell, James P. 

Farrell, Thomas J. 

Featherson, Maurice 

Feeny, James 

Feigl, Col. Fred 

Feitner, Thomas Lowe 

Fell, Laurence Thomas 

Finn, Daniel Edmund 

Finn, John B. 

Firuski, Louis L. 

Fischer, Adolpho H. 

Fitzgerald, Frank T. 

Fitzgerald, James 

Fitzgerald, John B. 

Fitzgerald, John J. 

Fitzgerald, Gen. Louis 

Fitzpatrick, Edward T. 

Fitzsimons, James Michael 

Fleck, Frederick Frank 

Flinn, Joseph Andrew 

Flint, Charles Ranlett 

Flower, Anson Ranney 

Foley, John 

Foley, Samuel J. 

Foley, Thomas F. 

Folks, Homer 

Ford, John 

Ford, Simeon 

Foster, Charles 

Foster, Warren W. 

Fowler, Jacob 

Fox, John 

Francisco, Charles Henry 

Francisco, Charles L. 

Freedman, Andrew 

Freedman, John Joseph 

Fremont, Lieut. -Com. John Charles 

French, Daniel Chester 

French, Henry 

Friederich, Dr. John 

Friedlander, Albert 

Friedsam, David 

Froehlich, David 

Frohman, Charles 

Fromme, Isaac 

Fuller, William W. 

Furey, William A. 

Gaff'ney, James E. 

Gale, Cyrus B. 

Gale, James 

Gallagher, Francis P. 

Gallatin, Frederick 

Galwav, James 

Gardiner, Col. Asa Bird 

GaiTetson, Garret James 

Gass, Frank 

Gaynor, William J. 

Geiger, Henry 

Geis, John Frederick 

Geiser, Joseph 

Gelshenen, William Henry 

George, Charles Henr)- 

George, Jr. , Henr\- 

Gerry, Elbridge Thomas 

Gherardi, Rear-Admiral Bancroft 

Giegerich, Leonard Anthony' 

Gilbert, M D. , Charles Edward 

Gildersleeve, Henrv Alger 

Oilman, Theodore P. 

Gilroy, Thomas Francis 

Gleason, Patrick Jerome 



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Gledhill, William Henry 

Click, Bernard 

Gi:>dkiu, Edwin Lawrence 

Goepel, Paul 

Goff, John AVilliani 

Goldsmith, Henrv J. 

Gompers, Samuel 

Goodman, Elias 

Goodrich, William AVinton 

Goodwin, Frank J. 

Gordon, Joseph 

Goshorn, Robert A. 

Gottheil, Rev. Gustav 

Gould, George Jay 

Goulden, Ctil. Joseph A. 

Grace, William Russell 

Grady, Thomas Francis 

Graham, John C. 

Gramer, William Anthon)' 

Graney, William J. 

Grant, Hugh J. 

Gray, William 

Graybill, James Edward 

Green, Andrew Haswell 

Green, Joseph Isaiah 

Green, Walter K. 

Greene, Gen. Francis Vinton 

Greer, D.D., Rev. David Hummell 

Greer, Maj. Lewis M. 

Grell, Wiliiam Frederick 

Grossman, George J. 

Grout, Edward Marshall 

Grube, Frederick A. 

Gruber, Abraham 

Guggenheimer, Randolph 

Guider, Joseph A. 

Guilfoyle, Daniel 

Guilfoyle, John 

Gumbleton, Henry Aloysius 

Gunnison, Herbert Foster 

Hackett, Joseph T. 

Haffen, Louis Francis 

Haggerty, Henrj- F. 

Haines, John Peter 

Hall, Blakely 

Hall, E. Hegeman 

Halloran, John 

Halstead, Murat 

Hamilton, John W. 

Hammond, David Sutherland 

Harburger, Julius 

Harper, John Wesley 

Harrington, Dennis John 

Harris, Daniel 

Harris, Samuel 

Hart, Edward William 

Hart, Harry C. 

Hart, Julius 

Hartigaii, Rev. Patrick Vincent 

Hascall, Theodore Frelinghuysen 

Haughian, Charles P. 

Haven, George Griswold 

Havens, John L. 

Hawk, William Samuel 

Hayes, Nicholas J. 

Heald, Daniel Addison 

Healey, Timoth)' 

Hearst, William Randolph 

Hedges, Job Elmer 

Heintz, John 

Helgans, Elias 

Hendrix, Joseph Clifford 

Hennessy, Frank 

Henry, M.D., Nelson Herrick 

Hentz, Henry 

Hertle, John Charles 

Hess, Jacob 

Hester, Conrad H. 

Hester, Col. William 

Hettrick, John Thomas 

Hewitt, Abram Stevens 

Heyzer, Charles Henry 

Hicks, Henry A. 

Higle)', Warren 

Hillis, Rev. Newell Dwight 

Hirsch, William Crawford 

Hirschberg, Michael Henry 

Hitchcock, Hiram 

Hoadle}-, Joseph H. 

Hobbs, Edward Harmon 

Hoe, Robert 

Hoffman, Benjamin 

Hoffman, William 

Holahan, Maurice Francis 

Holland, Maj. John Butterfield 

HoUins, Harry Bowly 

Hollister, Martin Luther 



THE DEWEY.RECEPTION COMMITTEE 

Of the City of New York 



Holli.ster, William H. 

Holly, Willis 

Homer, Col. Charles Frederick 

Hopkins, Gustavus Clarke 

Horgan, Arthur J. 

Hornblower, William Butler 

Hottenroth, Adolph C. 

Houghton, Frank Royall 

Howard, Jr., Joseph 

Howland, Francis H. 

Howland, Gardiner G. 

Howland, Henrj' Elias 

Ho)'t, Henrj' Reese 

Hubbard, Harmanus Barkuloo 

Hudgins, Houlder 

Hummel, Frederick Phillip 

Huntington, Collis Potter 

Hurd, Jr , William B. 

Hurrv, Lieut. Col. Gilford 

Hylahd, William J. 

IngersoU, Charles Denis 

Ingraham, George Landon 

Ingraham, Henry Cruise Murphy 

Isaacs, Myer Samuel 

Iselin, Charles Oliver 

Ives, Brayton 

Jackson, George R. 

Jackson, M. D., Meyer 

Jacobs, Abraham L. 

Jacobus, M.D., Arthur Middleton 

Jacobus, John Wesle)' 

James, Darwin R. 

James, Edward Frederick 

James, William T. 

Janeway, M.D., Edward G. 

Jaques, Washington Lee 

Jefferson, Joseph 

Jenkins, M.D., William T. 

Jenks, Almet Francis 

Jesup, Morris Ketchum 

Jetter, J. Edward 

Jewett, M.D., Charles T. 

Johnson, Charles J. 

Johnson, Walter Loveridge 

Johnston, Walter S. 

Jonas, M. G. 

Jones, John M. 

Jones, Joseph S. 

Juengst, Charles 

Juhring, John C. 

Justin, Rev. Brother 

Kane, James 

Kane, John P. 

Kane, Samuel Nicholson 

Kaufmann, Edward 

Keahon, Patrick Henry 

Kearney, Henry S. 

Keating, Edward Francis 

Keating, James P. 

Keegan, William 

Keely, Patrick S. 

Keenan, Patrick 

Keene, James Robert 

Keller, John William 

Kelley, John Colter 

Kellogg, Henry N. 

Kellogg, Luther Laflin 

Kenna, Thomas J. 

Kennefick, Jeremiah 

Kenney, Bartholomew Francis 

Kenney, Francis Patrick 

Kenny, William John Knight 

Keogh, Martin J. 

Keppler, Rudolph 

Ke)', James Barton 

King, Edward 

King, Gen. Horatio Collins 

King, William Frederick 

Knowles, Edwin 

Knox, Charles Henry 

Knox, Edward Martin 

Koch, John Philip 

Krotel, Paul 

Kuetar, Dr. 

Kugelman, Julius Gustav 

Kiihne, Percival 

Kullman, Charles J. 

Ladew, Edward R. 

LaFarge, John 

Lamberton, Charles Lytle 

Lamont, Daniel Scott 

Lane, Smith Edward 

Lang, John T. 

Langdon, AVoodbury 

Lansing, Ralph Saxton 

Lantry, Francis Joseph 

Lardner, William J. 



La Roche, William J. 

Larocque, Joseph 

Lauterbach, Edward 

Lawrence, Abraham Riker 

La^^Tence, Frank R. 

Leary, James Daniel 

Learj', William 

Ledwith, Michael 

Lee, Edward Elisha 

Lee, Homer 

Leech, Edward Owen 

Lehmaier, James S. 

Leich, Adam Henrj' 

Leirhart, George S. 

Leonard, Col. Robert W. 

Lesser, M. D. , Adolph Mouse 

Letts, Felix 

Leventritt, David 

Levey, Edgar J. 

Lev5r, Abraham 

Levy, Major Charles 

Levy, Ferdinand 

Levy, Jefferson Monroe 

Lewis, Alfred Henry 

Lewisohn, Leonard 

Le^visohn, Philip 

Lindsa}^ George H. 

Lippe, Henry J. 

Litchfield, Edward H. 

Little, John H. 

Little, Joseph James 

Littlejohn, Bishop Abram N. 

Livermore, Charles H. 

Livingston, George 

Livingston, Johnston 

Lockitt, Clement 

Loeser, Paul 

Lord, Chester Sanders 

Lord, Franklin Butler 

Lorillard, Jr. , Pierre 

Lottimer, William A. 

Loughran, John 

Loveland, Col. Frank C. 

Low, Abbot Augustus 

Low, Philip Burrill 

Low, Seth 

Luce, Robert Lee 

Lynch, Thomas Matthew 

MacCracken, D. D. , Rev. Henry M. 

MacDonuell, Augustus 

MacGuire, M.D., Constantino J. 

MacLean, Charles F. 

McAdam, David 

McAdoo, William 

McAlpin, Gen. Edwin Augustus 

McAnerney, John 

McBride, Thomas James 

McCafferty, Robert 

McCall, John Augustine 

McCall, John Thomas 

McCarren, Patrick H. 

McCarthy, Anthony 

McCarthys John Henrjr 

McCarthy, John T. 

McCartney, James 

McCaul, Thomas Francis 

McClellan, George Brinton 

McCloy, William C. 

McClure, David 

McCooey, John Henry 

McCook, Gen. Anson George 

McCormick, Andrew A. 

McCreery, James 

McCue, Edward 

McCurdy, Richard Aldrich 

McDonald, Albert G. 

McDonald, John B. 

McDonald, John E. 

McDonald, John W. 

McDonald, John Waddill 

McDonnell, Bishop Charles E. 

McDonough, William Henry 

McDougall, Walter 

McEneaney, Edward T. 

McGarry, John James 

McGrath, Lawrence W. 

McGrath, Gen. T. H. 

McGuire, John C. 

Mcllhargy, Charles F. 

Mclnerney, James J. 

Mclnnes, James Hamilton 

Mclntyre, Thomas Alexander 

McKeever, Stephen William 

McKelway, St. Clair 

McKeon, James 

McKeon, John Sa\'age 

McKeown, John 



McKim, Charles Follen 

McLaughlin, Hugh 

McLean, Andrew 

McLeer, Gen. James 

McLewee, Gen. Frederick C. 

McMahon, Daniel F. 

McMahon, John Thomas 

McMahon, Martin T. 

McNeil, Hector 

McShane, Joseph O. 

McSweeney, Edward F. 

Mack, Frank Walstine 

Mack, Jacob Wolfgang 

Madden, John P. 

Maddox, Samuel Thomas 

Maher, John F. 

Male, William Henry 

Malone, Rev. Sylvester 

Mangin, Thomas A. 

Marean, Josiah Taylor 

Markey, Isaac B. 

Marshall, Henry 

Martin, Bernard F. 

Martin, James J. 

Martin, William 

Martin, Col. William Irwin 

Maxwell, Henry William 

May, Mitchell 

May, Moses 

Maj'er, William 

Mayo, Caswell Armstrong 

Mayo, John B. 

Mazet, Robert 

Meehan, John Thomas 

Meehan, Patrick C. 

Meister, Louis 

Mendel, Moses Ira 

Mendes, Rev. H. Pereira 

Meriwether, W. S. 

Merrill, George P. 

Merritt, Gen. Wesley 

Metzger, Charles 

Meyenborg, John B. 

Mej'er, Cord 

Meyer, Jr., George W. 

Meyer, Peter F. 

Millard, Rev. Charles Wesley 

Miller, Charles Ransom 

Miller, Capt. Jacob William 

Miller, Robert 

Minaldi, David 

Mindle, Gen. George H. 

Miner, Henry Clay 

Minskyr, Louis 

Mitchell, John Murray 

Mitchell, Richard H. 

Mitchell, William P. 

Mittendorff , M. D. , William Fred'k 

Moebus, August 

Mooney, John Henry 

Moore, Charles Arthur 

Moore, Frank R. 

Moore, Harrison S. 

Moore, John Nathaniel 

Moran, Daniel A. 

Morgan, James Henry 

Morgan, John Pierpont 

Morgan, RoUin Montgomery 

Moriartv, Thaddeus 

Morris, Fordham 

Morris, Frederick Parry 

Morse, Charles Wyman 

Morse, Sidney Edward 

Morse, William 

Morton, Levi Parsons 

Moses, Moses Henry 

Moss, Theodore 

Motley, Thornton Niven 

Mott, Jordan Lawrence 

Muh, Robert 

Mulcahey, T. H. 

MuUer, Nicholas 

Mundorf, George Henry 

Munzinger, Louis 

Murphy, Charles F. 

Murphy, John j. 

Murphy, Col. Michael C. 

Murphy, Myrle F. 

Murphy, S. J., Rev. Thomas Edw. 

Murray, Bernard Charles 

Myers, Theodore Walter 

Naething, Charles Frederick 

Nagle, M.D., John Thomas 

Nagle, Percival E. 

Neufeld, Emil 

Neville, M.D., John James 

Newburger, Joseph Emanuel 



THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 
Of the City of New York 



Newell, Edward Augustus 

Newman, Henry 

Nicholson, Donald 

NicoU, DeLancey 

NicoU, M. D., Henry Denton 

Niles, William Watson 

Nixon, Lewis 

Norton, James 

Nunan, Denis 

Nutting, Andrew H. 

Oakley, John T. 

Oatman, Joseph 

O'Beirne, Gen. James Rowan 

O'Brien, Edward Charles 

O'Brien, Miles Murrough 

O'Brien, Morgan Joseph 

O'Brien, William J. 

Ochs, Adolph S. 

O'Connell, John H. 

O'Connell, John J. 

O'Connor, Eugene Franklin 

O'Connor, John Joseph 

O'Donnell, Frank A. 

O'Donohue, Lieut. Col. Thomas J. 

0'Dw\-er, Edward Francis 

Oelrichs, Heirman 

O'Gorman, James Aloysius 

O'Grady, Joseph Francis 

O'Keeffe, John George 

Okie, Howard P. 

Olcott, Frederic P. 

Olcott, William Morrow Knox 

Oldner, Peter M. 

Oliphant, James H. 

Oliver, James 

Oliver, Owen 

Olnej', Peter Butler 

O'Neil, Thomas 

Opydke, William Stryker 

Orr, Alexander Ector 

Orr, John C. 

Osbon, Bradley Silleck 

O'Sullivan, Thomas Cullen 

Ottendorfer, Oswald 

Owen, Edward 

Owens, James 

Padden, Michael C. 

Page, Capt. Henry B. 

Page, J. Seaver 

Pallas, John J. 

Park, Joseph 

Parsons, John Nicholson 

Parsons, William Henry 

Patterson, Edward 

Patterson, Thomas J. 

Peiser, M.D. , Louis 

Perkins, Frank Ellsworth 

Perkins, Hosea Ballon 

Philip, Rear Admiral John W. 

Phillips, Lee 

Phillips, N. Taylor 

Pierrepont, Henry Evelyn 

Pierson, John Fred 

Piatt, Thomas CoUier 

Plimley, William 

Plunkitt, Geo. W. 

Polk, M.D., William Mecklenburg 

Postley, Col. Clarence Ashley 

Poth, Jr. , John 

Potter, Edward Clarkson 

Potter, Bishop Henry Codman 

Power, Maurice J. 

Pratt, Sereno Stansbury 

Price, Bruce 

Price, George Allan 

Prince, Samuel 

Proskey, Col. Winfield Scott 

Pulitzer, Joseph 

Putnam, Harrington 

Quigg, Lemuel Ely 

Quinn, William 

Rackow, Franz 

Rand, George Curtis 

Rasines, Antonio 

Redington, Lyman Williams 

Reick, William C. 

Reid, Whitelaw 

Reid, William G. 

Reilly, John 

Reilly, Thomas Howard 

Renehan, John 

Reynolds, George G. 

Rhinelander, Philip 

Rhoades, John Harsen 

Rhoades, Rev. William C. P. 

Rhodes, Jr., Benjamin 

Rice, Samuel Mayer 



Richardson, M.D., Waldo Henry 

Ridder, Herman 

Ridgway, James W. 

Riedman, Valentine J. 

Rierdon, James A. 

Rikenbaugh, Henry S. 

Ringler, Wilham George 

Riordan, Daniel J. 

Riordan, William L. 

Risse, Louis Aloy.sius 

Rives, George Lockhart 

Roach, Stephen Wood 

Robb, James Hampden 

Robertson, Charles Edmeston 

Robinson, Jeremiah P. 

Roche, Patrick Henry 

Roche, Theodore Michael 

Roddy, John Stephen 

Rodman, Robert W. 

Roe, Gen. Charles Francis 

Rogan, John Henry 

Rogers, Andrew Bell 

Rogers, Henry Allen 

Rokenbaugh, Henry S. 

Roosa, M.b., Daniel B. St. John 

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell 

Root, Elihu 

Rosenwald, Sigmund 

Rossiter, Clinton L. 

Roversi, Luigi 

Ruppert, Jr., Jacob 

Russell, Charles Hazen 

Russell, George Doan 

Russell, William Hayden 

Ryan, Cornelius J. 

Ryan, John Joseph 

Ryan, Thomas Fortune 

Ryder, Patrick Joseph 

Ryley, Rupert A. 

St. Gaudens, Augustus 

Salmon, Arthur C. 

Sampers, Henry P. 

Sanders, Leon 

Sandford, William Lincoln 

Sandford, William Piggot 

Sanger, Frank Wilbur 

Scanlan, Charles Stephen 

Scannell, George Florence 

Scannell, John Jay 

Schaefer, Edward Charles 

Schafer, Samuel M. 

Schell, Edward Paul 

Schermerhorn, Lt. Col. A. T. 

Schieren, Charles Adolph 

Schilif, Jacob Henry 

Schlesinger, Leo 

Schliemann, Julius 

Schmid, August F. 

Schmid, Frederick 

Schmitt, Bernard 

Schneider, Jr., William Francis 

Schoeneck, Charles C. 

Schroeder, Frederick A. 

Schuchman, John Peter 

Schwarzmann, Adolph 
Schwenker, William Morris 
Schwick, Charles 
Scott, Edward William 
Scott, Francis Markoe 
Scudder, Townsend 
Scully, Patrick Joseph 
Seaman, Gilbert 
Seeligsberg, William 
Selmes, John Henry 
Semler, George 
Sexton, John B. 
Shale, Jacob Best 
Shannon, William N. 
Sharkey, Michael T. 
Sharkey, Robert A. 
Shaw, Dr. Albert 
Shayne, Christopher Columbus 
Shea, Frank B. 
Shea, John Lawrence 
Sheehan, Edward Henry 
Sheehan, John Charles 
Sheeh)', Edward Charles 
Shepard, Edward Morse 
Sherman, P. Tecumseh 
Shevlin, James 
Shields, 'Fhomas 
Sickles, Gen. Daniel Edgar 
Siedenburg, Reinhardt 
Siems, George 
Silliman, Benjamin Douglas 
Simis, Jr., Adolph 
Simmons, Joseph Edward 



Simonson, F. De Hass 

Skene, M.D., Alex. J. Chalmers 

Skinner, Edward Valentine 

Slater, Samuel Scott 

Slattery, Vincent Joseph 

Sleicher, John Albert 

Sloane, John 

Slote, Alonzo 

Smith, Col. Alexis Cutler 

Smith, Charles Stewart 

Smith, D. D. 

Smith, Gen. George Moore 

Smith, George Waldo 

Smith, Henry Ives 

Smith, James E. 

Smith, James J. 

Smith, Nelson 

Smith, Robert Alexander C. 

Smith, Wilmot Mo.ses 

Smyth, Frederick 

Smyth, Philip Augustus 

Snow, John L. 

Snyder, Charles B. J. 

Sohmer, William 

Solomon, Jacob Philip 

Spellman, Emanuel L. 

Spinney, George Franklin 

Sprague, Nathan Turner 

Stadecker, Leopold 

Stadler, Charles Albert 

Stanton, S. Franklin 

Stanton, Walter 

Stapleton, Luke 

Starin, John Henrjr 

Steele, Hiram Roswell 

Steinhardt, Joseph H. 

Stephens, Nassau W. 

Stephens, Stephen D. 

Stewart, Da\'id Samuel 

Stewart, John Aikman 

Stewart, Lispenard 

Stewart, Perez M. 

Stiebel, Isaac 

Stiffsonn, Samuel J. 

Stilhngs, William E. 

Stillman, James 

Stiner, Joseph Henry 

Stockton, Frank R. 

Stout, Charles Herman 

Straus, Nathan 

Strong, AVilliam L. 

Sturgis, Frank Knight 

Stuyvesant, Robert R. 

Sullivan, Andrew T. 

Sullivan, John Augustine 

Sullivan, Patrick Joseph 

Sullivan, Timothv D. 

Sullivan, Timothy P. 

vSulzer, Herman 

Sulzer, William 

Sutphin, John H. 

Sutro, Theodore 

Swayne, Gen. Wager 

Swentzel, Rev. H. C. 

Talcott, James 

Tappin, James W. 

Taylor, Alexander 

Taylor, James Hodge 

Taylor, John A. 

Taylor, Samuel Walter 

Ten Eyck, William Henry 

Terry, George Seth 

Thomas, Augustus 

Thompson, Col. George Henrjr 

Thompson, John Richard 

Thompson, Robert Means 

Tiemann, Daniel Fawcett 

Tiffany, Charles Lewis 

Tilford, Frank 

Tilt, Albert 

Timpson, Thomas AVilliam 

Tinker, Charles Almerin 

Tinker, Jackson 

Torberg, Herman H. 

Towen, William Charles 

Towns, Mirabeau D. 

Tracjr, Gen. Benjamin Franklin 

Trainer, Patrick Francis 

Treat, Charles Henry 

Truax, Charles Henr)' 

Twombley, Hamilton McKown 

Uhl, Edward 

Underbill, John Quincy 

Untermver, Samuel 

Utley, William Richard 

Vail, George Francis 

Vale, Robert Burns 



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Valentine, David H. 

Van Allen, Lucas L. 

Van Brunt, Charles H. 

Van Buren, Frederick 

Van Cott, C<jrnelius 

Vander Beugle, Henry Emanuel 

Vanderbilt, Cornelius 

Van Dyke, D.D., Rev. Henry 

Van Hoesen, George M. 

Van Norden, Warner 

Van Nostrand, David L. 

Van Schaick, Eugene 

Van Wormer, J(jhn Rufus 

Van Wyck, Robert Anderson 

Van Wyck, Col. William Edward 

Varnum, Gen. James McCall 

Vaughan, Jr., John J. 

Velton, Jacob Joseph 

Viele, Gen. Egbert Ludovicus 

Voorhis, John R. 

Vreeland, Herbert Harold 

Vrooman, Col. John Wright 

Wafer, Moses J. 

Wagner, Joseph 

Wahle, Charles Gerard Frederick 

Wainman, Charles E. 

Wainwright, J. Mayhew 

Walker, D.D., Rev. Ralph J. 

Wall, Patrick Thomas 

Wallace, Gen. William Copeland 

Walsh, Jr. , John F. 

Walters, Richard M. 

Ward, M.D., De Witt Clinton 

Ward, John Ouincy Adams 

Wardwell, William Thomas 

Ware, Frederick Alonzo 

Warner, John De Witt 

Washington, William De Hertburne 

Waterbury, Nelson Jarvis 

Watkins, Morton 

Webb, Gen. Alexander Stewart 

Weber, John W. 

Weed, John Waring 

Weil, David Louis 

Weimann, Frederick 

Weinacht, Richard 

Weisbecker, Charles 

Weiss, Albert 

Weisz, C. E. 

Welch, Samuel J. 

Welde, Charles 

Welling, Joseph Edward 

Wenman, James Fowler 

Wentz, Willianr 

AVhalen, John 

White, Andrew Joseph 

White, Stephen Van Cullen 

AVhitehouse, Worthington 

Whiting, Harry E. 

Whitney, Daniel D. 

Whitney, William Collins 

Whittier, Gen. Charles A. 

Wildey, Charles Frederick 

Williams, Francis F. 

Williams, George Gilbert 

Williams, Stephen M. 

Williams, William Henry 

Willicombe, Joseph Francis 

Wilson, Charles George 

Wilson, Frank E. 

Wilson, Harris 

Wilson, Gen. James Grant 

Wilson, Richard T. 

Wilson, Thomas A. 

Windolph, John Paul 

Wingenfeld, Joseph 

Wise, Albert Johnson 

Wise, Eugene Alonzo 

Wissel, Charles C. 

Witherbee, Frank Spencer 

Wolfsohn, Henry 

Wood, Benjamin 

Woodford, Gen. Stewart Lyndon 

Woodruff, Timothy Lester 

Woods, Thomas Francis 

Woodward, Collin H. 

Wooley, Joseph A. 

Wormser, Leopold 

Wright, Henry John 

Wright, James Anderson 

Wuest, William P. 

Wurster, Frederick W. 

Yager, J. C. 

York, Bernard J. 

Young, Nicholas P. 

Ziegler, William 

Zucca, Antonio 



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THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 

Of the City of New York 



EXECUTIVE COJIiMITTEE 

Chairman— llaj.ir General Daxikl Butterfield 

Vice-Chairman— Tunis G. Beroex 

Assistant to the Chairman— NF.rvlLLE O. Fassixg 

Secretary — WaRKF.N W. F031ER 

His H.inor the ilayor of Xew York, Rlibfkt A. Van Wvck, and the Chairman, 
General Daniel Bu'l'lFRFlELr-, were ex-officio members of all committees and sub- 
cijinmittees. 



COMMITTEE TO CONFER WITH NATIONAL AND STATE 
AUTHORITIES 

Chairman— Rear Admiral John W. Philip 



Gen. Charles A. Whittier 
Perr_v Belmont 
Robert B. Roosevelt 
Edward M. Shepard 
Charles W. .Alorse 
Lemuel E. Quigg" 
AVilliam McAdoo 
Blakelev Hall 



George Ehret 
John Claflin 
Thomas F. Grady 
Morris K. Jesup 
Nathan Straus 
James Talcott 
Benjamin J. Bodine 
Charles T.'Barney 



William B. Dillon 

Col. William E. Van Wyck 

Jacob J. Velton 

John W. Vrooman 

John J. McGarry 

John T. Oakley 

Tunis G. Bergen 



William C Whitney 
Gen. Benjamin F. Tracy 
Edward C<">'"iper 
Cornelius Vanderljilt 
Elbridge T. Gerry 
Col. John Jacob Astor 
Perry Belmont 
Tunis G. Bergen 
Richard Croker 
Hugh McLaughlin 
<.Ten. Daniel E. Sickles 
Thomas C. Piatt 
Chauncey I^L Depew 
lames Gordon Bennett 
St. Clair :\IoKelway 
Gen. Stewart L. Woodford 
Robert B. Roosevelt 
Bird S. Cnler 
1. Edward Simmons 
Nathan Straus 
John Clartin 
David A. Boody 
Morris K. Jesup 
Edward i\f. Shepard 
Timothv L. Woodruff 
Col.. William E. Van Wyck 
Edgar M. Cullen 
William W. Goodrich 
James Talcott 
Charles A. Schieren 
Randolph Guggenheimer 
Maj.-Gen. Charles F. Roe 
William F. King 
Seth Linv 
Hugh J. Grant 
James Stillman 
Levi P. Mtirton 
James J. Coogan 
William L. Strong 
Thomas F. Grady 
George Af. Van Hoesen 
Edward M. C.irout 
John H. Starin 
Edward Lauterbach 
Paul Dana 
Charles W. Morse 
Maurice F. Holahan 
Lemuel E. Ouigg 
Edward E. Lee " 
William H. Gelshenen 
Joseph Pulitzer 
John F. Carr..ll 
Charles II. Van Brunt 
Bernard J. Yt.irk 
James She\-lin 
Frederick Bowlev 
Whitelaw Reid 
George C. Barrett 
John T. McCall 
Murat Halstead 
Benjamin J. Br.dine 
Theodore W. Mvers 



Herbert H. Vreeland 
Adolph C. Hottenroth 
John J. McGarry 
Charles T. Barney 
James J. Smith 
Henrv L. Einstein 
John W. Keller 
Joseph J. Little 
Cord Mever 
John T. Oakley 
Rufus B. Cowing 
William Cullen Bryant 
Frank J. Goodwin 
George A. Burrell 
Gen. Howard Carroll 
Elias Goodman 
Nicholas MuUer 
Otho S. Cockey 
John C. Calhoun 
Bishop Henry C. Potter 
Jacob T- A'elton 
Philip "Rhinelandei" 
Archbishop ^L A. Corrigan 
Patrick H. McCarren 
Bishop AbramN. Littlejohn 
Silas B. Dutcher 
Joseph Cassidy 
Rev. (.Tustav Gottheil 
John W. Vrooman 
James E. Gaffney 
facnb Ruppert, Jr. 
William R. Hearst 
William Berri 
(.Teorge Cromwell 
Adolph S. Ochs 
William W. Fuller 
John Whalen 
Andrew H. Green 
Adam H. Leich 
J. vSergeant Cram 
Edgar |. Levey 
Herbert F. Gunnison 
[anies M. Fitzsimnns 
Bishop Chas. E. .McDonnell 
Andrew McLean 
Jefferson M. Levy 
Herman Ridder 
Thomas F. Gilroy 
James P. Farrell 
George J. Gould 
Andrew Freedman 
John Fox 

Maj.-Gen. Wesley Merritt 
Col. Horace H. Brockway 
Admiral John W. Philip 
George C. Clausen 
Thomas F. Woods 
John P. Madden 
Patrick J, Gleason 
Charles E. Robertson 
Frederick f.Tallatin 



John L, Shea 

'John T. BurkL- 

F. De Hass Simonson 

Charles H. Knox 

Samuel Untermyer 

Thomas F. Ryan 

Samuel Gompers 

Gen. William C. Wallace 

John Q. A. Ward 

Vernon M. Davis 

Arthur J. Horgan 

William J. K. Kenny 

John N. Parsons 

Col. William L. Brown 

\\'illiam JMa\'er 

Blakeley Hall 

Clinton 'L. Rossiter 

Benjamin Wood 

Louis F. Haffen 

Michael C. Murphy 

Nathan S. C'lhen 

George P. Brown 

George Ehret 

William B. Dillon 

!Moses May 

Walter Damrosch 

Elihu Root 

Frank T. Fitzgerald 

John P. Kane 

Robert Muh 

Bishop Edward (i. Andrews 

Matthew E. Dooley 

Alex. J. C. Skene, M.D. 

William T. Hull, I^I.D. 

William R. Grace 

Maj. IjOuis M. (ireer 

Maj. John B. Holland 

F'ranklin Edson 

Thomas L. Feitner 

David Banks 

John B. Shale 

Augustus Thomas 

J. Edward Jetter 

Christopher C. Shavne 

Frank W. Mack 

Washington Ij. Jaques 

William Br<.okheld 

Frederick T. Adams 

Col. Frank C. Loveland 

William McAdoo 

Lewis Nixon 

Thomas E. Crimmins 

(tcu. Charles A. Whittier 

NeuviUe O. Fanning 

]\Iiles M. O'Brien 

Lt.-Com. John C. Fremont 

Gen. Francis V. Greene 

Frank W. Sanger 

Emanuel Blumenstiel 

Warner Van Norden 

Gen, James R. O'Beirne 



COMMITTEE ON PLAN AND SC(.)PE 

Chairman— Major General Danikl Bi_ti kkkif,[,i> 

Secretary -WarRKN W. Fostek 



William C. Whitney 
Admiral John W. Philip 
Maj. Gen, Charles l-". Roe 
Gen. H'.ward Carroll 



John H. Starin 
Georjj,e C. Clausen 
Lewis Nixf.m 
Herbert F. Gunnison 



John P. Kane 
Randolph l-iuggenheimer 
Bird S. Color 
Maurice F. H'-lahan 



COMMITTEE ON LAND PARADE AND DECORATIONS 

Chairman— Major General Ch.^rles F. Roe 



Ma;j,-Gen. Wesley Merritt 
Maj.-Gen. Daniel E. Sickles 
Gen. William C. Wallace 
Gen. Stewart L. Woodford 
Col. John Jacob Astor 
William Berri 
Herbert H. Vreeland 
Joseph J. Little 
David Banks 
John N. Parsons 
Herman Ridder 
Frank J. <io<">dwin 



John P. Madden 
Nathan S. Cohen 
Philip Rhinelander 
J. Edward Simmons 
John Q. A. Ward 
Samuel Gompers 
Edward Lauterbach 
George C. Clausen 
Vernon M. Da\-is 
Neuville O. Fanning 
George M. A''an Hoesen 
Henrv L. Einstein 



John L. Shea 
John B. Holland 
Gilford Hurry 
Charles T. Barney 
IDavid C. French 
John La Farge 
l^'^rederick Gallatin 
John W. Vrooman 
Alex. J. C. Skene, M.D. 
Col. Frank C. Loveland 
Maj. Louis M. Greer 



COMMITTEE ON SHIPPING, HARBOR DECORATIONS 
AND WATER PARADE 

Chairman— Brigadier General HOWARD Carroll 



Elbridge T. Gerry 
William Brookheid 
J. Sergeant Cram 
Lt. Com. John C. Fremont 
Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 
Frederick T. Adams 
Bernard J, York 
Joseph Cassidy 
Clinton \j. Rossiter 



James J. Coogan 
James J. Smith 
Thomas F. Ryan 
James AI. Fitzsimons 
Edgar M. Cullen 
Theodore W. Myers 
George Cromwell 
Patrick H. McCarren 
William W. Goodrich 



Adam H. Leich 
Christopher C. Shayne 
L/Ouis F. Haffen 
George A. Burrell 
William W. Fuller 
Charles E. Robertson 
James P. Farrell 
William T. Bull, M.D. 
Gen. James R. O'Beirne 



COMMITTEE TO ARRANGE RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT 

RATES 

Chairman— JoHX H. Starln' 



George J. Gould 
John F. Carroll 



Clinton Jj. Rossiter 
James Shevlin 



I-Jerbert H. Vreeland 
Nicholas MuUer 



COMMITTEE ON PRINTING AND BADGES 
Chairman— Geuroe C. Clausen 



Andrew Freedman 
Col. l-'rank C. Loveland 
Warren W. Foster 



Frederick Bowley 
James E. Gaffney 
Friink J. Goodwin 



Thomas F. Woods 
I\[aurice F. Holahan 
William J. K. Kenny 



COMMITTEE ON MUSIC AND FIREWORKS 

Chairman— Lewis Nixon 



Miles M. O'Brien 
Frank W. Sanger 
Elias Goodman 
Adam H. I_,eich 
Jefferson M. Levy 



Atlolph C. Hottenroth 
F. De Hass Simiiiison 
Edgar J. Levey 
Thomas F. Gilrov 
Robert Muh 



Thomas L. Feitner 
John T. McCall 
Matthew E. Dooley 
Augustus Thomas 



COM^aTTEE ON PRESS 
Chairman— Herher'I' F. Gunnison 



Col. William L. Bmwn 
Murat Halstead 



John W. Keller 
William J. K. Kennv 



George P. Brown 



RECEPTION COMMITTEE 



Chairman— William C. Wiutnlv 



Gen. Benjamin F. Tracy 
Seth Low 

Admiral J'lhn W. Philip 
Richard Croker 
Whitelaw Reid 
Thomas C, Piatt 
Bishop Henry C. Potter 
Chauncey M. Depew 
Archbishop M. A. Corrigan 
James Gordon Bennett 
Cornelius \'anderbilt 
John H. Starin 
Hugh McLaughlin 
Benjamin Wr^od 
Levi P. Mrirton 
St. Clair McKelway 
Bishop AbramN. Littlejohn 
John Whalen 
William R. Grace 
William H. Gelshenen 
Nicholas Muller 



(Tcorge J, Gould 
Bishop C. E. McDonnell 
Hugh J. Grant 
Walter Damrosch 
Adolph S. Ochs 
Andrew PL Green 
William Cullen Brvant 
William T. Bull, M.D. 
Andrew McLean 
Randf^'lph Guggenheimer 
(ieorge C. Barrett 
Paul JJana 
Bird S. Coler 
Rev. Gustav Gottheil 
Thomas F. Woods 
William L. Strong 
Charles H. Van Brunt 
David A. Boody 
Charles A. Schieren 
William R. J-Jearst 
Franklin Edson 



Edward Lauteiijach 
Edward Cooper 
Rufus B. Cowing 
Thomas 1^. Gilrov 
Silas B. Dutcher" 
Charles W, lAtorse 
Timothy ^.. Woodruff 
Patrick J. Gleason 
John F. Carroll 
Gen. Francis V. Greene 
Otho S. Cockev 
Elihu Root 
Joseph Pulitzer 
James Shevlin 
vSamuel Untermyer 
John C. Calhoun 
Alex. J. C. Skene, M.D. 
Charles H. Knox 
Emanuel Blumenstiel 
Warner Van Norden 
William Berri 



COMMITTEE ON ERECTION OF STANDS 
Chairman— John J-*. Kane 



John T. Oakley 
Edgar M. Cullen 
James J, Coogan 



Edward iL Grout 
Joseph J. Little 
Samuel Gompers 



J. Sergeant Cram 
(ieorge A. Burrell 
Vernon M. Davis 



COMMITTEE ON REFRESHMENTS 



Chairman— R A NuoLi'ii (i uggenheimer 



Maurice Y. linlahan 
John Fox 
Cord ^Mever 
Frank T.' P'itzgerald 
Michael C. Murphy 



Charles A. Schieren 
Andrew H. Green 



Col. Horace H. Brockway 
James Stillman 
John T. McCall 
Arthur J. Hftrgan 
Moses !^[ay 



John T. Burke 
William Mayer 
Nathan S. Cohen 
William F. King 



AUDITING COMMITTEE 

Chairman— Bird vS. Coler 

Theodore W. Myers John W, Vrooman 




WILLIAM COLLINS WHITNEY. LL.D. 



UA]. GEN. CHy^RLES FRANCIS ROE 



CAPITALIST. LAWYER. SECRETARY OF THE UNITED S'JA'IKS 1ST I.iEUT,, U.S. A,, f i88g). COM. N.G.N. ■\'. (1898). FIKIG. GEN. U.S.\'. 

N.A.VY (1S85-89). CHAIR:\1AN DEWEY RECEPTION C0^1^[^l TEE CHATKMAN DEWE^■ COM. CM LAND J'ARADE AN'D DECORATir)NS 



TUNIS G. BERGEN 

LA\\'\'ER. TRESIDENT HOLLAND SOCIETY 
VICE-CHAIRMAN DEWE")" EXECUTI\"E COMMITTEE 






JOHN HENRY STARIN REAR ADMIRAL JOHN W. PHILIP BRIG. GEN. HOWARD CARROLL 

FRES't the STAKIN TRANSPORT.^TION LINES. CONG. (1S77-S1) CAl'T. CCM. U. S. S. " TEXAS." COMMANDANT BROOKLVK NA\\- PRES. SICILIAN ASPH.\LT CO. CHIEF OF ARTIL., S. N. V. (l3q--n3) 

CHAIRMAN DEWEY COM. ON RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT RATE.S YD. (1899-). CH. DEWEY CO.M. TO CON. WITH NAT. S.ST. AUIHOR'S CHM. DEWEY COM. ON SH I p'g, HARBOR DEC. AN D WATER PARADE 



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THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 
Of the City of New York 






LEWIS NIXON 



RANDOLPH GUGGENHEIMER 



BIRD SIM CODER 



SHIP BUILDER. I'KES. NEW EAST RI\'ER BRIDGE COMMISSION COM. Ci F EDUC.MION (1888-93). PRES. MUNICIPAL ASSE^IBLV W. N. COI.Ei; & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS. COMP. OF THE 

CHAIRMAN DEWEY COMMITIEE OX MUSIC AND FIIvEWORKS (iSqS-). CH A! RM A N D E WEY COM M I TTEE ON REFRESHMENTS CONSOLIDATED CITY OF N. Y. CH. DEWEY AUDITING COM. 






JOHN P. KANE 



GEORGE CASPAR CLAUSEN 



HERBERT FOSTER GUNNISON 



JOHN P. KANE CO., MASONS' AND BUILDERS* MATERIALS PRES. PARK COM. N. Y. V.-P. GERMAN-AMERICAN REAL ESTATE BUS. MGR. " BROOKL'^'N DAILY EAGLE." TREAS. EAGLE WARE- 

CHAIRMAN DEWEY COMMITTEE ON ERECTION OF STANDS TITLE GUAKAN. CO. CH. DEWEY COM. PRINITNG AND B.VDGES HOUSE AND STORAGE CO. CHAIRMAN DEWEY COM. ON PRESS 






NEUVILDE OSGOOD FANNING 



ALFRED M. DOWNES 



WARREN W. FOSTER 



JOURNALIST. ASSISTANT TO CHAIRMAN DEWEY EXECUTIYE JOURNALIST. POLITICAL WRITER. SEC. TO THE MAYOR (1898-) LAWYEK. SECRETARY OF TAMMANY HALL. CH. 24TH DISTRICT 

COMMITTEE, DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF CORRECIION SECKEIAKY DEWEY MUNICIPAL COMMITTEE SEC'y DEWEY EXECUTIVE AND PLAN AND SCOPE COMMITTEES 



THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 

Of the City of New York 



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AVILLIAM RUSSELL GRACE 

W. R. GRACE & CO., EXrORTEKS AND UirOKTERS 
:\1.\Y0R OF XFW VORk (iSSi-Sj, iSS^-SO) 




S.MITII ELY 

CENTR.\L PARK COMMISSIONEK uSQ7-qS) 
MEM DER OF CONGRESS (1870- 76I. MAYOR OF NEW YORK (1877-781 





AllRAM STE\'ENS HEWITT, LL.D. 

COOI'EK, HEWrir .V CO. AM) 'lllE TRENTON IKON CO. 
CONGKF-^^MAN (1874-86). MA^■OR OF NEW YORK (1SS7-S8) 




DANIEL FAWCETT T1E^L\NN 



PAINT AND COLliK M ANIFACTL'KER 
MA^"OR OF NEW YORK (1S5S-60V *JI."NE, iS 





WTLLLVM L. STRONG 

DKV GOODS MERCHANT AND BANKER 
MA^■OR OF NE\\' YORK {lSq$-gj) 




FRANKLIN EDSON 

GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT 
MAYOR OF NEW NORK USS3-S4I 




THOMAS FRANXIS GILROV 

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS (lSSg-92) 
MAYOR OF NEW VOKK (,1393-^41 



EDWARl' LUOPER 

COOrER, HEWITT A CO., STEEL MANUFACTURERS 
>LA\OR OF NEW VOKIC (1879-S0I 



HUGH J. GRANT 

LAWYER. SHERIFF OF NEW YORK COUNTY (1SS5-SS) 
.^LA^■OR OF NEW YORK (,1889-92) 



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THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 
Of the City of New York 




WHITELAW REID, LL.D. 

ED. "the TRIRTNE." SPEC. U. S. AMBASS. TO CT, BRIT. (1S97) 
I". S. MIX. TO FRANCE (1889-92). MEMBER PEACE COr^T. (iSgS) 





lOHX AUGUSTINE McCALL 



PRESIDENT NEW ^■ORK LIFE INSl'RANCE COMPANY 
Sl'PERINTENDENT OF INSTRANCE, STATE OF N. V. (1383-S6) 



JOHN ITERPONT MURCIAN 

J. P. MORGAN & CO., BANKERS 
FINANCIER. YACHTSMAN. PHILANTHROPIST 






JAMES STILLMAN 

PRESIDENT NATIONAL CITY BANK AND SECOND NATIONAL BANK 
WOODWARD & SIILLMAN, COTTON MERCHANTS 



KT. REV. HENRY C. POTTER, D.D., LL.D. 

BISHOP 
PROTESTANT RlMSCliJ'A L DIOCESE OF NEW \'ORK 



:\rOkRIS KETCHUM jESUP 

BANKER. PRES. CHAM. OF COM. BRES. AM. MUSEUM NAT. HIS. 
PRESIDENT NEW Y<:iRK CIT\- MISSION AND TRACT SOCIETY 





ANDREW HASWELL GREEN 



LAW\-ER. E.K-COMPTROLLER CITY OF NEW YORK. 
NIAGARA PARK COMMISSION. PRES. GREATER N. Y. 



PRESIDENT 
COMMISSION 



\VILLL\M DE H, WASHINGTON, C. E. 

rl;l-:s, nat. vol. reser\'K. chairman n. v. charter day 

CELEBRATION (1898). PRESIDENT OF SEVERAL CORPORATIONS 




KICIIAKJ) HEIAl-IELD 



VICE-PRESIDENT NATIONAL PARK BANK. VICE-PRESIDENT 
COLONIAL TRUST CO. DELAFIELD & CO., MERCHANTS 



THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 

Of the City of New York 



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HENRY WHITE CANNON 

PKKSIDENT CHASE NATIONAL BANK. U. S. COMP. OF CUR. 
(1884-86). DELEGATE TO BRUSSELS I\TONETARV CONK. ^1892) 



JOSEPH JEFFERSON, A.M. 

COMEDIAN AND LITTERATEUR 
I'UESIDENT THE I'l.AVERS' CLUB 



HAMILTON McKOWX TWOMBLY 

CAPITALIST AND PHILANTHROPIST. DIRECTOR IN FINANCIAL^ 
TRANSPORTATION, LIGHTIN'G, SOCIAL AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS 






CFLVKLES RANLETT FLINT 



SETH LOW, LL.D. 



JOHN AIK.MAN STEWART 



FLINT i CO., MERCHANTS TRES. COLUMOIA L'NIV. (1S9O-). MAYOR BROOKI.\-N (1SS2-S6). PRESIDENT UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY 

DIRECTOR riNANCIAL, TRANSp'n «r INDUSTRIAL CORI'ORATIONS DEL. TO HAGUE PEACE CO.XF. (18991. CAN. FOR MAYOR N.Y. (1897) UNITED STATES .ASSISTANT TREASURER, NE\Y YORK (.1864-65) 





ADMIRAL HENRY ERBEN 

GOV. NAV. ASV., PHILA. I'gi). COMM'dTN. Y. NAVY VD. ('91-92). 



COMM DTE 



UROrEAN ST. (93-94). COM. PATROL FLEET, N. Y. ('98) 



JAMES S. LEHMAIER 

LA\V\ ER 
EX'-COMMISSIONEK OF ACCOUNTS, NEW ^ORK CITY 




OLIVER WHEATON BUCKINGHAM 

BL'CKINGHAM & PAULSON 
DRV GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



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ELIHU ROOT 

LAWYER, CHAIR. JUD. COM. CONSTITUTION.AL CONVENTION 
'(1894). FRES. UNION LEAGUE (iS^Sl. SEC. OF WAR fiSgg-) 





RICHARD ALDRICH McCURDY 

PRESIDENT 
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ^■ORK 





DANIEL SCOTT LAMONT 

SECRE'IAKY TO TKESIDENT Ol- THE L'NIIED STATES (1885-8C) 
SECFETAKV OF "WAR, CMTED STATES (1893-97J 




WALTER DAMROSCI-r 

CON'DL'CTOR N, V. S"\-.Ml'HONV ORCHESTRA. DIK, ORATORIO SOC. 
CO.MrOSER "SCAKLET I.ETTER " rji'ERA, " M AMLA 'J E UEUiM " 



MOST REV. M. A. LURRIGAN, D.D. 



ARClll'.ISHTir 
ROMAN CA1H(.iLlC ARCHIMOCESE 1 



NEW \URK 



AUGUSTUS ST. GAUDENS 

SCULPTOR 
DESIGNER OF FARRAGUT, DIANA AND OTHER STATUES 






PERRY RER.MONT 

EX-ME.MDEK OF CONGRESS AND AMBASSADOR TO SPAIN 
PRESIDENT DEMOCRATIC CLUB 



MURAT HALSTEAD 

JOURNALIST. KDirOK BROOKLYN " STAND ARD-UNION " 
EX-CHIKF EDITOR CINCINNA'I I " COM M ERClAL-GAZEi~TE ' 



HENRY E\ELYX RHCRREI'DXT 

RETIRED MERCHANT 
FORMERLY HEAD OF MERREI'ONT BROS. & CO. 



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JAMES COOLIDGE CARTER 

CAKJEK & LEDVAKD, COL'NSELLORS AT LAW 
PRES't bar association of N. ^^ (1884-85 AND iSg/-) 



HENRY WILLIAM MAXWELL 



RRAVTOX IVES 



MAXWELL & GRA\'ES, BANKERS. DIR. OF MANY CORPORATIONS EX-PRES TNORIH N PACIFIC R. R. EX-PRES T N. V. STOCK EXCH. 

V.-PRES. liROOKL-\-N TRLST CO.; Li BE KTV N ATION A L BANK, ETC. EX-PRES. WEST'n NAT. BANK. PRES. M ETROPOLITAN TRUST CO. 






WILLIAM BROOKFIELD 

PRESIDENT OF THE BROOKFIELD GLASS COMPANV 
COMMISSIONER PUBLIC WORKS, NEW YORK (1895-97) 



GEN. DANIEL EDGAR SICKLES 

MAJOK GENERAL U. S. A. EX-MEMBER OF CONGRES 
EX-MINISTER TO SPAIN 



WILLIAM IIEXKV GELSHEXEN 

PRESIDENT GARFIELD NATIONAL BANK 
DIRECTOR \AR10US CORPORATIONS 




GEN. McCOSKRY BUTT 

BRIGADIER GENERAL 1ST BRIGADE, N. G. N. V. 
STOCK BROKER. MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 





OLIN WRIGHT VROOMAN 



DAVID UANKS 



SUPT. PRO\'IDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY PRE^T THE B.\NKS LAW PUBLISHING CO.; PRES'T ARTIFICIAL 

CLERK STATE SENATE (,1878-88'). PRES. HOLLAND SOC. llSgz-gSl GRANITE CO.; \"1CE-PRES. EAST RI\"ER NATIONAL BANK 



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JAMES WALiLiELL ALKXAXUKR 

PKE^lEiENT EQUITABLE LIFE ASSTKANCE SriClFI'i' 
LA\\■^"ER. PRESIDENT LNn EKSITV CLLI'. 



JOIIX WILLIAM GOFF 

LAWi'EI;. Cr)l.'NSF_L F^iR LEXCiW CO.^l.MITTEE (1894) 
KECOKDEK OE NEW \'riRK CITY (l3g5-} 



IIKXRV CLEWS 



HENRY CLEWS & CO., RANKERS. FINANCIAL WRITER 

, LTHOi>; OF'" "twenty-eight years in wall street" 






JAMES ARMSTR(.)XG DEANCHARD 

I'RESIDENT REPUBLICAN CLCp. OF NEW \OKK (189:;) 
JUDGE GENERAL SESSIONS (iSqq-) 



REV. HENRY M. MacCRACKEN, D.D. 



CHANCELLOR 
NEW \(~<KK UNU'ERSITY 



IIENRV RISCUOFF, JR. 

JL'DGE COCRT OF COMr^tON PLEAS (1890-95) 
JUSTICE SL'l'KEME COURT (1896-) 





ROLERT CARTLk A l,LXAXI )1;R 

EDITr.iK ".MAIL .\XEj EXI'KE?^" 
^RE■-1^^ENT ADI RijN [> \CK LEAGUE CLCl; 



jMiix^roX i.I\J_\(.;sT(.)N Di: I'EVSTER 

.MEM. :.■. V. SIAIE ASSEMliL\' (1889-9^). LIELT-COL. I'. S. \'OLS, 
PKE^. -Jn ULI \ ILLAljE, N. Y. (1S86-89) ; N. Y. SOCIE'IA' LIUKARV 




GARDINER C. llOWEAND 

GENERAL ALWAGER 
" THE NEW VOKK HERALIJ " 



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SILAS BELDEN DUTCIIER 

PRESIDENT HAMILTON TRUST COMRANV (bROOKL^'n) 
APPRAISER PORT OF N. V. (1877-80). PRES. RAMAPO WAIEK CO. 



RUDOLPH KEPPLER 

RUDOLPH KEPPLER & CO., STOCK BROKERS 
PRESIDENT OK THE NEW 'I'OKK STOCK EXXHANGE (1898-igou) 



EDWARD WILLIAM SCOTT 

PRESIDENT 
PROVIDENT SA\'INGS LIFE ASSURANXE SOCIETY 






EUGENE GILBERT BLACKFORD 

PRES. Blackford's, fish dealer, dir. hide & lea'iher nat. 

BK.: people's trust CO. AND SCHERMERHORN EK., b'kL"S-N 



GEN. FRANCIS VINTON GREENE 

president THE BARBER ASPHALT PA\'tNG COMPANY 
MAJOR GENERAL U. S. VOLUNTEERS (1898) 



GEORGE SEiMLER 



VICE-PRESIDENT GEO. BORGFELDT & CO. 
GENERAL IMPORTING AND CO]\[MlSSION xMEKCHANTS 






EDW^ARD HUNTINGTON FALLOWS 

CARTER & FALLOWS, LAWYERS 
MEMBER STATE ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COU.N'TY (l8gg) 



SAMUEL MAYER RICE 

PRESIDENT AMERICAN SPIRITS MANUFACTURING CO. 
PRESIDENT SPIRITS DIS'PRI BUITNG CO. 



COL. CHARLES FREDERICK HOMER 

TEXTILE MERCHANT 
CHIEF MARSHAL, CIVIC GRAND DIV., GRANT MOn't DEDICAT'n 



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COLLIS POTTER HUNTINGTON 

PRESIDENT THE SOfTHEKN' FACIFIC COMPAX\' 
PRESIDENT PACIFIC MAIL STEAM'^HIl' CCiMTANA* 



ALLEN STODDARD APGAR 

VICE-PRES. AND CASHIER M EF<Cil ANTS' EXCHANGE NAT. BANK 
TKEAS, PREF'd ACCIDENT INS. Ci>. Y.-y. KENSICO CEME"rEK\' 



GEORGE JAY GOULD 

PRESIDENT ^[ISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY 
PRESIDENT MANH.VTTAN RAILWAY COMPAN^■ 




EDWARD M. GROUT 

JUDGE-AD\"OCATE SECOND BRIGADE, N. G. N. Y. 
LAW^'EN. PRESIDENT HOKOUGH OF HR(hiki,-\-N ( i8g3-) 





GEN. WESLEY MERRTPT 

MAJOR-GENERAL UNITED STATES AR.MV 
GO\'ERNOR OF THE I'HILIPITNE ISLANDS (rSqS) 





HIRAM HITCHCOCK 

HITCHCOCK, DARLING & CO., FIFTH A\-ENUE HOTEL 
PRESIDENT OF THE MARITIME CANAL CO. OF NICARAGUA 




COL. WILLL\M LEE JlRuWN FRANK WH.UUR SANGER 

LA.WYER AND JOURNALIST MANAGER 

PROPRIEl'iK "new YORK NEWS." S'l ATE SENATOR (rSSg-gsl MADISON SQUARE (.\RDEN AN[J METROPOLITAN OI'ERA HOI'SE 



ST. CLAH< McKELWAV, LL.lJ. 

EDI"I01^ "lJROOKL\'N KAGLK." AUTHOR AND LKCIURER 
STATE RKr.ENI" NEW \ORK UN 1 \' KRSnA' 



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WILLIAM BUTLER IIORNHLOWER, LL.D. 

HORNBLOWER, BVKNE, MILLER & POTTEK 
COL'NSELLOKS AT LAW 



CHARLES FOLLEN McKIM 

ML'KI.M, MEAD & WHITE 
AKCIIJIECIS 



LEONARD ANTHONY OIEGERICH 

JUDGE COURT OF COMMON I'LEAS (1891-95) 
JUSTICE si'pke:\ik coiiRT riSg6-) 




EDWARD CHARLES O'liRIEN 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER NA\"lC,ATION (1891-94) 
PRESIDENT DEI'ARTMENT OF DOCKS, NRW \OKK (1895-9SI 





MILES REACH 

fUDGE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (1879-95) 
ILSTICE SL'PREME COL'KT (1896-) 



AV1LLL\M HENRY .AL\LE 

N FERKV CO.; PHENIX TULIE CO. 





RICHARD DEEYES 

RICHARD DEE\'ES & SON 
CONTRACTORS, MASONS AND RUILDERS 




PRESIDENT I'NIO 
IRECTOK PHENIX NAT, IV\NK; 



I'HEMX INSURANCE CO., ETC. 



lOSEl'H HO\YARD, JF 



JOURNALIST 
PRESIDENT NEW YORK PRESS CLUB (1895^^) 



ANDRE^Y A. McCOR.MlCK 

PRESIDENT 
BROADWA^" THE.\1RE CO.MP.\NY 



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IIKXRV ELIAS UoWLAM) 



WOODBURY LAXGDOX 



HOWLAND & ^U■|<KA^■, LAWYERS JOY, LAN'GDON & CO., DR^' ^^OOIiS CO.M M ISSI rjN MERCHANTS 

JUDGE MAKINE COURT (1873I. 1'KKS'T ^R\NHATTA^' HOSPITAL RAPID "UvANSUr CO^LMISSIONER. DI RECTOR MAN",' INSinUTIONS 



JOHN THOMSON AGXEW 

AGNEW & SON5, TOBACCO AND COM.MIS5ION MEKCHANTS 
VICE-PRESIDENT CONTINEN'IAL NATIONAL BANK 






GEORGE riEKGE ANDREWS 



ROBERT A. r. S.\HTH GEX. GREXVH.LE MELEEN DODGE 

MERCHANT, ^T ANl T ACTlMCEIv. BANKER MAJuN GENERAL UNTIED STATES AR.MV (RETIRED) ASs't U. S. DIST. ATT'y N. V. (1859-65). ASS't AND CORP. 

PRES't AMERICAN MAIL S. S. CO. AND AMERICAN INDIES CO. EX-M£,\L OV CONGRESS. PKES. SEVERAL RAILROAD CUMI'ANIES COUNSEL N. V. (1872-84). JDS-JICE SUP. COURT, N. V. (l884-g8) 






the(.jD(,)RE warier mvers 

THEO. W. .\nERS & ^'.'X-, r-.A-.KJ-:i:^ and SlC.iCK PRiiKERS 
C<_>MPTROLLER CliA' OF NEW \(:iRK: llSeS-^jjl 



HENRY NEW MAX 

HENRV NF'IWMAN & CO. 
DRV GOODS IMPORTERS 



CONSTANT A. ANDREWS 

REIIRIH) LI'.AIHER MERiHANI, PRlis'l U. s. ^A\lNi",S RANK 
VICE-I'K-Es'f A.SS'n H>K lMPR<)\[N(i CONDITION UF THE POOR 



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DAVID McCLUKE 



LAWNER 
MEMBER COXSTITL-rn.iNAL C(-)N \- ENTION (1894) 



JORDAN LAWRENCE MUTT 

IRESIDENT OF 7HE J. L. MOTT IRON WORKS 
FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE NoKllI RI\"ER BRIDGE COMPANY 




CHARLES RANSOM .\ULLI- 



EDTJOK 
'the NKW "I'ORK TIMRS' 




THOMAS ALEXANDER McINTYRE 

MCINTYRE & WARDWELL, BANKERS, BROKERS AND MERCHANTS 
PRES. BROOKLYN WHARF AND WAREHOUSE CO., ETC. 





FRANK R. LAWRENCE 



LA\V\"EK 
PRESIDENT 7HK LOTUS CLl'IJ 



DAVID AUGUSTUS BOODV 

BOODV, Mi^LELLAN & CO., EAN'KEKS AND BKOKER 
MAYOR OF llROOKL\'N (1892-04) 






CliARLES LVTLE LAMBERTON 

LAW\'ER 
EX-STATE SENA'I'OR OF r-'ENNS^"L^'ANL\ 



JOHN T. OAKLEY 

DEPUTY COLL. L\T. REV. (18S7-88). ALDEK.MAN (■1S92-Q4) 
.VICE-PRESIDENT IVIUNICII'AL COUNCIL {1S98-) 



JOHN WILIJAM KELLER 

JOUI^NALIS-P 
PRESIDENT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC 



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LAWRENCE DELMOUR 

EX-M\KSHAL CTiL LECTI ('N OF TAXES 
TWEN'TV VEAKS DKJTIA' SliKk'IFF, N. V. COVNTX 





FREDERICK SMYTH 

RECriKHER OF NEW ^■Ol;K CITV (1879-94) 
JUSTICE SUI^REMK (DUKl- NI.W ^'OKK (lSg6-) 





PETER F. MEYER 

KKAL ES^ ATE OTEKATOR 
COMMISSIONRR DCiCKS AND FERRIES (1898-) 




JOHN FRANCIS CARROLL 

CI.ERK COURT OF GENERAL SKSSIONS (1892-98) 
ASSISTANT LEADER TAMMANV HALL 



RICHARD CRi.iKLR 

REAL ESTAI li DEALER, ITlLl"! 1 t"r AN AND TURFMAN 
ALDERMAN (1870). TAiMMAN\' H.\[,l. LEADER SINCE 1885 



JOHN JAY SCANNELL 

COMMISSIONER 
FIRE DEPARTMENT OF NEW 'V OKK CITY 






JAMES 1- ITZ(il-:RALIi 

ASST. DIST, AVIV. ( 1884). JLTjGE LOIKT GENERAL SESSIONS 
(1890-97). JUDGE SUCHEME CoLRT (l8q8-) 



ISAAC FROM ME 

LAW^'ER. MKMIIER EXEC. COM. "(AMMANV !-l.\ 
REGIS'IEN COUNTY OF NEW \'ORK (1898-) 



RIHLIP HENRY DUGRO 

JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT (1886-95) 
JUSTICE SUI'REME COURT {1896-) 



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MICHAEL T. DALY 

-Mayor's maks. (1870). clkkk cn\- cr. (1876-89). com.'accts. 

(iSqO-qi). COM. I'lB. WKS. (1891-94). DEI'OTV COK(PT. (189S-) 



JOHN WHALEN 

TAX CClMMlSSIONER (1803-94) 
CORI'OKA'VUIN COL'NSEL N KW 'I'O KK C rr\' I1S98-) 



COL. ASA BIRD (iARDINER 

DIST. ATTY. COUNTS' N. Y. (l8g8-). MAJ. JI-'DCE ADV. f. 5. 
•SECRETARY CENEKAL SOCIETY OF THE CI NC1N,\'ATI 






DAVID LEMiXTRITT 

LAWVKK AMI JLiKlST 
JUSTICE Sl'I'KEME COUK'l" (iSqS") 



JAMES P. KEATING 

COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS 
CONSOLIDATED CITY OF NEW YORK (iSqS-) 



PATRICK KEENAN 

NEW YORK COUNTY CLHKK (18S2-85I 
CHAMBERLAIN OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK (iSqS 






THOMAS FRANCIS GRADY 

LAWYER. MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY (1877, 1S78, iSyg") 
N. Y. STATE SENATOR (1832-83-89-^5-). POL. JUSTICE (.1891-115) 



PATRICK DIVVER 

TAMMANY HALL LEADER, SECOND ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 
POLICE JUSTICE (1890-95) 



THOMAS JOSEPH DUNN 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 
SHERIFF OF NEW YORK COUNTY (iSgS-) 



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VMES MANSELL CONSTABLE 



ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO., DRY GOODS 
DIk. AMER, ML'SEUM NATURAL HISTORY; BANK OF N. \"., ETC. 



THOMAS EDWARD MURPHY, S. J. 

BASTOR ST. FRANCTS XAVIER (R. C.) CHURCH 
BRESIDENT COLLEGE OF ST. FRANCIS XAYIER 



BRUCE PRICE 

ARCHITECT AND AUTHOR. PRES'T ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE 
IN\'ENTOR AND BUILDER OF PARLOR BAY WINDOW CARS 






WILEIAM FREDERICK KING 



CHAUNCEY MITCHELL DEI'EW, LL.D. 



CIIARLLS STE^^ VKT SMII II 



C.U.HOrX, ROBBINS & CO., FANCY DRV GOODS E,X-PRES1 D ENT, NOWCHAIRM.^N BOARD N. Y. C. 4H. l;. R, R. CO, PRESIDENT NEW ^ FK CH\MLE1 JF C IMMEICC (1883-90) 

TKESIDENT OF THE MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK U. S. SENATOR FKO.M NEW YORK (iSgg-) CAPITALIST. RETIRED DRV GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANT 





GEN. WAGER SWAVNE 

COLONEL AND BREVET MAJOR GENERAL U. s. A. (RETIRED) 
S\VA^■NE & SWA^'NE, ATTOKNEYS AT LAW 



ROBERT HOE 

K. H(lE ic CO. 
[■MINTING fRfiSS MANUI'VVCTUKERS 




SIDNEY EDWARD MORSE 



KEAL ESIATK 
VICE-PRESIDENT THE BUNNELL & ENO INVESTMENT CO. 



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r.ENJAMIN DOUGLAS SILLIMAN 

Ol.llKST LAW^■ER PKACTICING AT NEW -^-ORK LIAK (iSjC)-) 
OL.OEST LIXIXG GKAIH'ATK OF YALE COLLEGE (18J4) 



ABRAHAM RIKER LAWRENCE 

JUSTICE SULKEME COURT (1873-) 
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR FLAVOR, NEW ^'ORK (1872) 



HENRY WELLER BOOKSTAVER, LL.D. 

Jl'DGE COURT OF Ci'MMON PLEAS (1886-95) 
JUDGE SUl'REME COURT (1896-) 






SAML'EL NICHOLSON KANE 

CAl'ITAI.lST. ^■ACHTS^!AN 
l\lE:\inER OF MANV ORGANIZATIONS 



THOMAS COLLIER TLATT 



STATESMAN 
UNITED STATES SENATOR (1881-82 AND 1807-) 



JAMES HENRY BRESLIN 

HOTEL PROFRIETOK 
GILSEV HOl'SE, NEW YORK; AUDiTORIUM HOTEL, CHICAGO 






BRIO. t;EX. AYERV DE LANO ANDREWS 



LAWYER. ADJUTANT GENERAL NEW YORK STATE (iSoq-) 
CHIEF OF STAFF TO COYEKNOR EOOSEYELT 



FREDERICK THOMPSON ADAMS 

F. T. .\DAMS 4 CO., STOCK BROKERS 
ME.MUER NEW YORK STOCK EXCH.\NGE. ^■ACHTS^I.\N 



HENRY TROSPER BOOTH 

PKES. N. V. 4 CUBA MAIL S, S, CO. DIRECTOR MARKET AND 
FULTON NAT. BK.; SPANISH-AMERICAN LIGHT 4 PC WER CO., ETC. 



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GEORGE CARTER BARRETT 

JL-DGE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (186Q-70) 
JL'DGE SUrKKME COLRT (l&yi-) 



JOSEPH EDWARD SIMMONS, LL.D. 

PRESIDENT FOURTH NATIONAL BANK 
PRESIDENT HOARD oF EDUCATION (l886-gi) 



RUFUS BILLINGS COWING 

CIT\' JUDGE 
CHIEF JUSTICE CIJUKT OF GENERAL SESSIONS 






ROBERT BARNWELL ROOSEVELT 

PRES. SONS AMER. REVOl'n. EX.-CriM. FISHERIR'^ .\.\-. S"l A'JE 
EX-U. S. MINI'^TEK TO THE UAC^IE. EX-f. S. C'jNM;kessM.\N 



REV. ROLEKT COLEVER, D.li. 

PASTOR 
CHURCH OF ''"I'F ^rF'^sJAH ( \ '^l-^ \-^n :\^, ) 



CHARLES IIAZEN RUSSELL 

l^AWYKR 
NEW YORK STA'CK SENATOR (1882-83) 






THOMAS C. T. GRAIN 

KENNEvON, GRAIN » ALLING, LAWiERS. SECRETAKV TO 
MAYOR GRANT (1889). CITY CHAMPERLAIN I1889-93) 



JAMES HAMPDEN ROBB 

CAITTALIST 
TKUS. MERCANTILE TRUST CO.; GIvEENWlCH SAVINGS DK'., ETC. 



PAUL DANA 



EDITOR NEW YORK SUN 
PRESIDENT SUN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY 



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FRANCIS MAKKOIC SCOTT 

CORrORATION COUNSEL (iSq?) 
JUSTICE SC1'K1-:ME COL'KT liSgS-") 





CHARLES ARTHUR MOORE 

MANNING. MAXWELL & MOORE 
KA1I.\VA^■ AND machinists' TOi^LS AND SCPTLIES 





WILLIAM BERRI 



■WILLIAM BEKRI S SONS, CARPET MERCHANTS, BROOKLYN 
EX-rKE?. 13ROOKL^■N BRIDGE. OWNER " STAND ARD-UNION ' 




C.EORGL CL KiJS RAND 



lOllX CI.AFLIN 



HARD ft KAND, COFFEE IMl'OKTEKS I'KESUiFNT H. P. CLAFL1N' i 

TRUSTEE NO. HFTTISH ft MEKCANIILF l.NS. CO. OF FDlNPrKCH EX-lvAVIO TRANSIT COM:\nS 



■AN\', WHOI ESAl E DR'S" GOODS 

FR. niR. ^L\^"\■ cokforations 



WILLIAM ALLEX RLTLER, JR. 

BITLEK, N0T^L\^■, JOLINE ft M^NDEKSE, LA^\■^ ERS 
I'KESlPENr OF THE LAWVEKS' CLLF 






JAMES WILTON BROOKS, LL.D. 

MEMBER NEW YORK LEGISLATURE USS2-S3) 
FRESIDENT FLORENCE FIPLISHING CO. 



GEN. ALFRED CUTLER BARNES 

YICE-TRESIDENT .AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY 
A. S, DAKNES & CO.. FL'BLISHERS. PRES. ASTOK PLACE DANK 



FRANCIS L. EA:\IES 

EAMES A MOOKE, STOCK BROKERS 
PRESIDENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE VlSg+-oS') 



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FRANK T. FITZGERALD 

MEMEEK OK CitNClRESS (iSSS-SqI 
NEW \TiKK CO. KEGISTEK (l88g-q2). SL'KROGATE ( l3g2-) 






JUIIN THOMAS NAGFF, M.V. 



THOMAS A. Wn.SON 



SAN. INSfEC. ANI-i RP:G. OF KECOKDS, HEALTH DETT. (1869-95) V. S. INSl'ECI OR (JF AKTvIS 1 1860-65). PRESIDENT BOARD OF 

CHIEF IlL'REAir MUNICIPAL STATISTICS (189S-) ASSESSORS (1S86-94). ASSESSOR GREATER NEW YORK (1S98-) 





OEOKGK Fl.fjRENCK SGANNELL 

TAMMANY' LEADEl;, 25TH ASSEM l'.L\ IJISTRIC'I 
ClUEF AnMINISTRAriON CLERK SLRRCjGA'I'e's COn 



JAMES KANE 

KEGIMEK KINGS CO. (1889-92) 
CriMMmsiONF,R iiF SF.WKKS, r.K'KATEU NEW \<'iKK (l8g8-) 



PATRICK JOSEPH SCULLY 

DEI'UT\' CUL'N'I"\' CLERK (1889-90, 1893-94). COI'N'TY CLERK 
(1891-92). CIT-,' CLERK (l8g8-) 






FRANK WALS'ITNE ALVCK 

SI iE{:\:.iE\UK\ r 

THE ASSUCIATED I'KESS, EAS7EKN I'U'IMON, NEW VoRI 



MATTHEW FRAX( IS HONOHUE 

SAMIAK-i IN^PKi Mil; ini\Ki, 1 , |. HEALTH USgi-gy) 
iJEl'L'TV CGM.MiSSIMNEK SEWiLk'- [\L\ N H Al '[A N IJOKOI(;ir (1898-) 



WTITJAM RiCHARI) UTLEY 

MvW lUK'.MlM,!! \M IK(lN ANT) LAND C(l. 
F:X-i'h:ESll;l':N'l' KKnl':i-:AL \'ALLE\' COAL CO. 



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SAMUEL M. SCIIAFER 

SCHAFER BROTHERS, BANKERS AND BROKERS 
ME.MBER NEW VORK STOCK EXCHANGE 



PHILIP JOHN BRITT 

^ LAWYER 

COUNSEL TO SHERIFF OF NEW YORK COUNTY 



JOHN FRANCIS AIIEARN 

LAW^'ER 
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR (1898-99) 




GEORGE EHRET 

BREWER 
HELL GATE LAGER BEER BREWERY 





COL. KDWARD DUFFY 

COMMANDER 
jTH REGIMENT, NATIONAL GLIAKD AND V. S. VOLUNTEERS 





LEWLS LIVINGSTON DELAFIELD 

HAWKINS, DELAFIELD flc STURGIS, COUNSELLORS AT LAW 
EX-SECRETARY RAPID TRANSIT COMMISSION 




WASHINGTON LEE JAQUES 



SECRETARY AND TREASURER 
THE IMURRAY HILL HOTEL (C0K1'0RATH3N) 



HENRY CLAY MINER 

FIFTH AVE., rEOl'LE.'s AND EIGHTH AVE. THEA"IKES IN N, V. 
AND miner's THEAIKE, NEWAKK. V. S. CONGRESS (iSQ^-gy) 



READ BENEDICT 

BENEDICT HKOIHERS 
JEWELERS AND IMBOKIEKS 



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ELKKILKil-: TIlOxMAS GERRY 

PRES. N. ^■. SOC. KOR PKEVENTION OF CKL'EI.TV TO CHILDREN 
[lAWVEI;. COMMODOKE new ^■OKK \'AC1I I CLTC (,1886-93) 



EDWIN LAWRENCE C.ODKIN, D.C.L. 

EDITOR ''the E\'EN1NG POST " 
POIJTTCAL AND snCLAI, ECONOMLST 



JOHN SLOANE 



PRESIDENT W. & J- SLOANE 
CARI'ET AND UPHOLSTERY DEALERS AND ^L\NL)FACTUKERS 




THOMAS FORTUNE KVAN 

FINANC1EF-; AND DIREC'IOR TRANS, AND FINANCIAL COMPANIES 
MEMIlER OF THE N. Y. STOClv EX'CHANGE AND NUMEROUS CLUIJS 





GEN. JOHN FRED PIERSON 

BREVET P,R1G. GEN'l V. S. \'OLLFNTEERS (1865) 
PIERSON & CO., IRON MANUKACTUl^ERS AND MEICCHANTS 



EDWARD MARTIN KNOX 

HAl' MANUFACTURER 
CAPT. AKTILLEKV U. S. V. (1861-65). GETTVSBUKG VETERAN 






HENRY ALGER GILDERSLEE\ E 

JUDGE COl'KT OF GENERAL SESSIONS (iSyS-Sc,) 
JUDGE SUREKIOK COURT (1891-1,6,1; SUI'REME COURT (1897-) 



JOHN CHARLES SHEEHAN 

LAWi'ER AND CONTRACTOR 
POLICE COMMISSIONEfi, NEW VORK CITY (1892-95) 



JAMES MICHAEL EITZSIMONS 

VICE-PRESIDENT DOARD OF ALDERMEN (1889) 
JUSTICE CITY COURT OF NEW YOKK (189O-) 



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JOHN CAlinVKl.l. CAl.HOUN 

KAll KOAD CArMAllST 
I'RESlllRNT AMPUICAN CITNIKM CON rK'ACTING CO. 



GEX. CHARLES A. WHITTIER 

jMajhk a. r», c. and a. a. c. US63-66I 

PRIG. GEN', r. S. \'. .\NP A-^Sr. INSr. GEX. I I SoS * 



c;FX)KGE I.AMm.iX ingraham 

JCSTICE Sl'TEklMK Cn'KT, NEW ^fJKK (l8S3-9l'l 
Jl'STICE SrrKEME COIKT llSgi-gb), APfELLATe TIV, (1896-) 




JOB ELMER HEDGES 

SECKET.VKV lO THE MA\OK OK NEW YORK (lSQ5-g7'l 
CI rV :\[AG1STRATF NEW \OKK (iSl);!. LA^\■VEK 





VMES GORDON REN NEXT 



IKOI'KIETOK AND riBLISHEK 

'the ^E^v \.>kk hkkai.d" and "e\enin'C telegram' 



WILLARD BARTLETT •• 

LAWiEK AND Jl'DGE 
jrSTICE NEW VOKK: si. TREME COfRT viSg7-t 






WILLIAM SAMUEL HAWK 

HAWK S WETHEKBEE, I'KOrKlElOK.s 
HOTEL MANHAinAN 



EDWARD OWEN LLECIL 

SECi.>ND \ ICE-I-KESIDENT AND CASHIER NATIONAL i.NlON BANK 
EX-DIKECTOR LNITED STATES MINT 



DAVID >LriIERLAND HAMMOND 

hotel FKOfKIETOR 
PRESli^ENT MCKRAV HILL HOTEL COMTANV 



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GEX. JAMES KUWAX O'lJKIRXE 

DEFT. EMIG. CTIM, (1893-95). COM. CII-^KITIES i 1895-97) 
FKE.^IDENT WASHINGTON' SA\TNGS f.-ANVC 



BRIG. GEX'L (;E0RG.E MOORE SMITH 

DE.\LEK IN M.'VSONS' LU'ILDING MATERI,\L 
COMIM.ANDING FIFTH BRIGADE, N. G. S. N. Y. 



GEN. MARTIN T. McMAHON 

EREV. MAJ. GEM. U. S. V. (1865). U. S. MARSHAL N. Y. (1885-! 
Jb'DGE COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS (i8g6-) 






SAMUEL WALTER TAYLOR 

AUTHijR AND KlJnf<K 
PKESIDENT RIDER AND DRnEt; I'UELISHING CO 



JOSEPH PULrrZER 



PRESIDENT PRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY 
PROPRIETOR *'-JIIE WORLD " AND " ST. LOUIS POST-DlSPA"l"CH ' 



WILLIAM FRED. MITTENDORF, M.D. 

CONSULT'g OPHTh'C SURG. ST. MARK's HOS. OPHTh'C SURG. 
NURSERY AND CHILD's HOS. PRES't GERMAN LIEDERKRANZ 






CHARLES GERARD FREDERIC WAHLE 

LA%Vi'EfC INSPECTOIv OF prCLlC SCHOOLS ("1890-91). COM. OF 
ACCOUNTS ('l89I-C,4). SEC. C'.'LUMLIAN CELELRA'I ION COM. (1S92,) 



CAPT. JACOB WILLIAM MILLER 

I'RESIDENT PR0\'IDENCE AND S'l ONINGTON SI EAIMSH 1 P CO. 
COM.MANDING NEW ^'ORIC STATE NA\'AL MILITIA 



LEWIS JOSEPH CONLAN 

LAWYER. STATE ASSEMBLY (1886I 
JUDGE CITY COURT (1894-) 



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DAVID McADAM 

JUDGE MARINE COURT (iS/J^-gol; N. V. SII'KNIOU COl iR r ( iSoi-OS) 
JUSTlCli SUl'KEME COURT OF KKW VOUK ilSt/i-) 



DISPENARD STFAVART 

LAWVER AND CAlTIALlSr 
EX-Nli\V \'i)UK STATE SENATOK 



JAMES McCALL VAKM"M 

CHAIRMAN REPLMU-rCAN' STATE CCiWENl HjX I1SQ3) 
RLTRROGATE NEW YORK: COUNTY ( 189S-) 






UIKAM K(XS\VKI.l, STKKLK 

STEELE, DEKRIESr A I'UOTH INGl I AM, l.A\Y^ERS 
TKUSTEI-: NEW \'ORK Lll-E INSURANCE Li>MI\\NY 



STEPHEN VAX CUEEEN WIUTE 

STOCK BKOKER. MEMBER NEW \0RK: SIOCK EXCHANGE 
:ilEMBER UNITED STATES CONGRESS tlSlV-^Q^ 



FRANK SPENCER \VITHERBEE 

WITHERFEE, SHERMAN & CO. 
IRON MANl'FACTl-REKS 






UlEl 1AM I'llU lUCKEV 

ENi,.lNEEK 
SUrEKINTENOEN I" ERIE l^ASIN PRV DOCKS 



THOMAS Ull.EIAM TIMTSON AL^IET FRANCIS JENKS 

TREASURER NASSAU NEWS CO. MEM. SONS OF REVOLUTION LAWYEK. DLST. ATTV. KINGS CO. uSo^V ASST. COKTOKATIOX 

CAIM-. OTH REGT., \. G. N. Y. ; CATT. qTH KEGT.. U. S. V. I^iSqS^ COUNSEL U^O^V JUSTICE SUPREME COURT l,lS0Q-l 



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ANTHONY NICHOLAS BRADY 

CAPITALIST. VICE-PKES, PEOPLe'S GASl-IGHT & COKE CO 
niRECTOR IM MANN' CORPORATIONS 



JAMES ROBERT KEENE 

FINANCIER AND OPERATOR IN SECURITIES 
PRE-EMINENT AMERICAN TURFMAN 



CLINTON L. ROSSITER 

RAILROAD :\IANAGER 
PRESIDENT BROOKLYN RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM 






DANIEL B. ST. JOIDN ROOSA, M.D., LL.D. 



COL. JOHN JACOB ASTOR 



COL. GEORGE HENRY THOMPSON 



A FOUNDER OF MANHATTAN EVE AND EAR HOSPITAL CAPITALIST. NOVELIST. COL. GOV. MORTON'S STAFF (i3q5-<56) TREASURER CARBOLIC SOAP CO. 

PRESIDENT NEW YORK POST-G R.^D U.AT E MEDICAL SCHOOL FOUNDER ASIOR PATTERN', U.S.A. P. R R \'ET COLON EL U.S.V. ( iSqS) CAP'P. 71ST REo. N. G. N. Y. I lEI'T. COL. 27TH REG. 'N'. G. N. Y. 






EUGENE HENRY CONKLIN 

MULFORD, GARY ft CONKLIN, LEATHER MERCHANTS 
DIR. BOARD OF TR.ADE \sr> TKAN'^. MEM. CHAM. OF COMMERCE 



CHARLES HERMAN STOUT 

CASHIER 
NATIONAL BANK OF I H E REPUTU.IC 



GEORGE SETH TERRY 

SEC'v AND TREAS. NEW ^'ORK & NORIH SHORE RV. CO 
SECNETARV I'NinN LEAC.IH CLCB 



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GEN. KinVIN AL'Gl'SrUS McALPIN 

Altjl' rANT GKNEI^\1. S lA IK 01-" NliW YORK (lSg5-g61 



1.1. H, Mi-Al.riN' A CO 



ACCO MANl'FACTLiKEK!^ 




\VILL1AM THOMAS WARDWELL 

TKEASl'KER STANHAKU OIL CL1M^AN^" OF NE\V VO'ftK 
SECKETARV TKiMl llllTIi 'X \\riii\\l L-OMMirfEF- 





TUEODOKE SUTRO 

COUNSELLOU AT LAW 
COMMIS-^IONFK Ml.- "iaxf:^ (i8g5-q7V 




REV. L V.MAN ABROTT, D.D. 

E\-PASTOK I'LVMOlllI cm KCll, BKOOKL\N. EDITOR " fH'"E 
oniOOK." NEW \OKK 





VERNON ^LVNSFIELD I»AVRs 

LA\V\ER 
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATT0F;NEV NEW \f>\<K COL'N'TV' (1835-97 




FRANK \V0UL)RRiL)L.E CHENEY 

CHENEY BROTHERS 
MANLFACTCRERS OF SILKS, TLTSHRS AND \EL\ETS 




JOHN RUFUS VAN WORMER 

TOl'KNALIsr AND POLITICIAN 
SECRETARY LINCOLN SAKE nEI'OSlT COMPANY 



GEN. JAMES GRANT WILSON, D.C.L. 

BREVET BK1GAT)1ER GENERAL, LNITED STATES \ OLS. ^iSoj 
PRESIDENT (JENEAI.OGICAL \ND PIOGRAl'HICAL SOCIETY 



CHESTER SANL'ERS LORD 

MANAGING EDITOR "THE STN." STATE REGENT 
SECRET\RY LOTOS CLCB uSo3-gS) 



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JLDGE CITY COL-KT (1889) 
Jl'DGE COURT CEXEKAL SESSIONS (1897-) 



JAMES McCREERY 

JAMES MCCREEKY & CO., DRV GOODS 
DIRECTOR MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 



CHARLES ADOLPH SCHIEREN 

CHARLES A. SCHIEREN A CO., LE.VTHER BELTING ^L■\K:ERS 
MAYOR OF b'kLVN (1894-95). V.-P. HIDE & LEATHER NAT. BK. 






THEODORE MELVIN RANTA 

CASHIER N. Y. LIFE INS. CO. SEC. HOLLAND SOCIETY 
COUNSELOR-GEN. ORDER FOUNDERS & PATRIOTS OF AMERICA 



^VILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT 

SEC. AMERICAN NEWSrAI'ER PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION 
PUBLISHER BROOKL'i'N " DAILY TIMES" 



HIRAM CALKINS 

CLERK N. V. SENATE (iSyo-yi) ; N. Y. ASS'y (1875): CONST. CONV. 
(1873). PKES. HAHNE.MANN HOSP. PRES. b'd PORT WARDENS 






WILLIAM ROSSELL CORWINE 

SUPT. PRESS AND TK.\NSP. DEp't MERCHANIS' ASs'n OF N. Y. 
SECRETARY CENTRAL PORTO RICAN RELIEF COMMITTEE 



ANDREW j. C<M<SA 

BROOKLYN MANAGER OUEE.S' INs. CO. OF AMERICA, HANOVER 
FIRE INS. CO. OF N. Y. AND TRADERS ]NS. CO. OF CHICAGO 



ISAAC STIEBEL 

JAPANESE FAN COMPANY 
EX-PRESIDENT PROGRESS CLUB 



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ADOIl'lI S. ecus 

riBLISHER 
"the new 'I'OUK TUTI-'S" 





AURAllAM GRLMIER 

BLACK, OLCoTT, HKIIIHI-; & UON\XGR. I.AAVSKRS 

CHATKMAN KI-: ri'iti.iCAN co^^'T^" Ci'MMiriEE (iSq6) 





WILLIAM MORROW KXOX OLC<JTT 

DlSTKIcr ATTOKNEV N. V. (iSqyl. JfDGE CITV C'TRT ( lSuS> 
BLACK', OLCOTT, GRTBER J 



HiiNVXGE, LAW\ ERS 




WILLIAM COrELAND WALLACE 

lUDGE-ADV, GEN. STATE N. V., GOV. MOKTOn'S STAFF. CON'G. 
tlSSS-*^). KirCH WOODFOKD, yoVEE A WALLACE, LAWVEKS 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TRACY 

TKACV, BOAKDr^lAN & FLATT, COIN'. AT LAW. SECY. OF I'. S. 
N WV VlSSa-93^. I'RES. GREATER N. Y. CHAKl ER COMMISSION'^ 



GEX. HEXRV LAWRENCE P.LRXETT 

I'NITEO STATES ATIOKN'EY 
SOITHEKN DISTRICT OF NEW ^"ORK 






EIORACE CLARK DUVAL 

EC'YTOCHMKMAN new YORK CENT.* HIDSOX KI\ EK K. K. 
FIRST LIEl'TENANT 7 IH REGIMENT N. G. N. V. 



HENRY JOHN WRIGHT 

JOL'RNALIST 
EDITOR "commercial ADVERTISER' 



HENRY EVANS 

\TCE-rRESIDENT 
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY 



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IIEKIJERT IIAI;(M li \"REELAXD 



PRESIDENI METKOI'liLI 1 AN ^INEEI RAILWAY COMPANY 
FATHER OF NEW ■(■ORK's MAGNIFICENT TRACTION S^■STE^1 



REV. DAVID IIU-MMELL GREER, D.D. 

RECTOR ST. BARIHOLOMEW'S CHURCH 
(PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL) 



JACOB HENRY SCHIFF 

KUHN, LliEE 3: CO. 
riANKERS 






WARNER \'AX NORDEN 

TKESHiENT 
NATIONAL BANK OF NOKTH 'AMERICA' 



CORNELIUS VANDERBILT 

PRESIDENJ' NEW \0KK: & HARLEM RAiLROAD COMPANY 
EX-CHAIRMAN NEW VORk: CENTRAL &. HUDSON RIVER R. R. CO 



GEORGE GILBERT WILLIAMS 

PRESIDENT CHEMICAL NATIONAL BANK 
PRESIDENT NEW YORK CLEARFNG HOUSE BUILDING COMTANV 






PIERRE LORH.I.ARD, JR. 

f. l.i.jRn,LAKD C'_>. 
SNUFF AND 'l"i_il'. \CC(.> M \N I.TACTURERS 



JAMES ANDERSON WRIGHT 

SECOND \ ICIi-PRESlDEN'L IN I ERN A"I ION AL NA\H.,AT10N CO 
AMfiKICAN LINE AND RRD SI A i; LINE OF STEAMSHH'S 



CORD MKVER 

CORD ME\'ER & CO., HANKERS AND liKOKERS 
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY OF SIATE IN 



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EDWARD KINO 



I'KirsitM^N I" nij:\v \iii;k s ioi k h:\L' h AN i;k (1872I 



KDW Alvl) IW TTERSDN 

JUSTICIi Slll'UKMK ClU'UT NEW %'OKK: (iSSD-Qs) 
JUSllCii Al'I'El-l-A'IK nU'lSKIN SITREME COLIKT (1896-) 




ALEXANDER ECTOK (JRR 

EX-rKES. CHAMBER OF COMIMEKCE. MEJvCHANT AND FIXANCIER 
TKESIDENT BOARD OF RAV'ID TRANSIT COMMISSIONERS 






FRANKLIN LLirLLK LOkD 

LORD, PAY & lAl^O, I A^V^ KK'^ 
TKl'SriCE AND IMKKCroU 1 ' l' CO R Ci > K A I I O N .^ 



STEWART LYNDON WOODFORD, LL.D. 

RllCn, WO.ilM'OUn, HO\KK A \VAI1.\CH, LAWYERS 
MAJ. GKN. V. 



. (\S6l O5I. C. S. .MlNlsrER TO STAIN US97-QSI 



LEMCEl. ELY i^URiG 

CONGKESSMAN (iSq^-QqV EDITOR "nEW ^■ORK: TRESS "uSqs") 
PRESIDENT REPTHEICAN COCNVY COMMITTEE 






ALBERT TH r 

PKESIDKN r 

THOFNIX SILK :\1 AN I' K AC LC RIN c 



CHARLES ALMERIN TINKER 

jENEKAL SITEKINTENDENT WKSIFKX VMON TFLFGRAEH CO. 
\lCE-rRESlL'>EN'T AMERICAN DISTKICV rELFC.RArU CO. 



LOUIS ALOYSUS RISSE 

CHIEF TOIOGKALHICAL ENGINEER 
BOARD OF KCIUTC 1 M L h;0\EMENTS 



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C.KIJRC.E M. \'AN HUESEX 



LA\V\EK AND JL'DLiE 
TL'DCE OF Ct.lUKT OF COMMON I'LEAS (1S76-QO) 



C(3L. l-'RAMvLlN JiARTLETT 

COMMANDING 22D REGIMENT, N. G. N. V. 
COLONEL 22D INHED STATES \OL- INFANTRY (1898) 



NELSON SMITH 

GRADV, SMITH & CRANDALL, LAWYERS 
EX-CHAIRMAN TAMMANY HALL GENERAL COMMITTEE 






FRANK KNIGHT STURGIS 

STr<ONG, STL'NGIS & CO., BANKERS 
f-RF5IDEN'l" NEW \iiRK SiOCK EXCHANGE I 1892-94) 



TLMOTHY EESTEK WOODRUFF 

LIErTKNANT-GOVEl^NOR NEW ^'ORK STATE (1897-1900) 
DIRECTOR NCMEROI/S INSTITUTIONS 



CHARLES ALLERT STADLER 

MALTSTER. I'RESIDENT AMERICAN MALTING COMPANY 
I'RES. SEBASTIAN WAGON CO. V.-P. UNION RAILWAY CO. OF N. Y. 






ANTuNl'.f RASINLS 

TRKAS. LINCOLN FIRE INS. CO. DIR. 'IWELKTH \VARD EANK 
TREASURER NEW \-ORK ECONOMICAL PRINTING CO. 



'JII<jRNT<tN NI\LN MOTLEV 

I-RESIUENI" TPrORNTON N. MOTLEY CO. 
RAILROAD, engineers' AND S. S. SUPPLIES 



GILAKf.ES IIKNRV TREAT 

LN1KI;NAL RE\'ENUE COLLECTOR 
SECOND DISTRICT 



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JAMl::S TAL.COrT 

JAIMES TALCOrr A k.0. 
DKV GOODS COMMISSION iMFRLHANl" 



ANSON KANNKV FLOWER 

FLOWER & CO. 
LlANKEKS AND SIOCK BKOKRKS 



OilARLKS II. VAX r.Rl'NT 

U'DGE CT. OF COMM(.>N" IM.KAS (lSf'>a-S4l ; SIT. CT. X. Y. ("iSS^ ) 
CHIEF JUSTICE APPELI.VTE PI' 



:iX SLTRE.ME COURT OF N. V. 






FRANK IILI'ORD 

FKESIDENT 
BANK OF NEW .A.MSTFKDAM 



l.K\ I l'AR>ONS MORTON. I.L.D. 

KK. G0\". OF N. \'. 11805-06) :\11N. TO FKANCE llSSl 
\ ICE-PKESIDENT OF THE IGNITED STATES uSSo-Qj!* 



COL. WILLIAM HESTKR 

I'RESIDENT AND GENERAL MAN\GER 
r.KOOKLVN DAU.V EAGLE riBLlSHING CC 






CHARLES UKXRV PKCAX 

U'DGE SITEKIOK COl Kl. NEW ^OKK U5S0-94I 
IISTICE SITKFME i^OlKL. NFW \OKK ^iSoS") 



NALHAMLL ALIU{RT ELSBKRG 

LA\VVEK 
.NEW YORK STATE SEN \TOK uS^a-) 



M'ErilEX WOOD ROACH 

SHIPBUILDER 
MOKGAX IKON WORK? 



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EV. HENRY VAX HVKE, U.D. 



PASTOK BRICK PRESinTERIAN CHURCH 
F'OEI' AND Al'THCiR 





\VILLE\M J. GAVXOR 

LAUA'ER AND JI.IKIS1 
JUS'llCE NEW ^'Ol;K STATE SUPREME CdURT (1894-) 





DARWIN R. JAMES 

D. R. JAMES & ERG., Sl'ICES AND I.^JDIGO 
EX-i\I EMBER CONGRESS. EX-PRES. N. ^^ HOARD OF TRADK 




JOHN LA EAR(_;E, A.m., le.d, 

ECCLFSIASTICAI. DESIGNER AND DECORATOR, ART WINDOWS 
AND MURAL E'AIN'IINGS. TKES. St.iCIE'lV OF AMERICAN ARTISTS 



CII Vkl I s ] M\ls ilFl-ANV 

FOUNDER AND KRESIDFINT 
TIFFANY & COM['AN\, JEWELERS 



DVNILI ( IILSTLK t RE^XH 

SCLn,.VTOR 
DESIGNER OF MONl^MENTS, STATUES, ETC. 






AHRAM JESSE DTI TENIIOEEER ARTHUR MIDDLETON JACORUS, M.D. 



DITTENHOtFER, GEKLKR & JAME.';. LAWYERS 
JUDGE MARINE COUR-I (1862-64). CoRf'ORATION LA\VVER 



N. Y. ACAD. OF MEDICINE. THE MED. ?0C. C<.'. OF N. ^■., ETC. 
LIEUTENANT 2D BATTFJfi, N. I',. N. \'. 



JOHN PETER SCHUCHMAN 



JUSTICE 
NEW YORK CrTY COURT (l8g6-) 



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CIIAK1.es WILLOUGHBV DAYTON 

LAWYER 
POSTMASTER AT N E \V \OKK (l8q3-<)7) 





JOSEPH LAROCQUE 

SHIPMAN, LANOCQUE 1 CH MF C TI. N-^ELLORS AT LAW 
PRESIDENT llAi; ASS LI\TI N I NEW \'OKK (1805-96) 





GEN. ALEXANDER STEWART WEBB 

BRR:\'ET major general, v. 5. ARMY (1865) 
PRESIDENT COLLEGE OF THE CITV OF NEW 'I'riRK (1869-) 




WALTER STANTON 

HKOKER 

IN\'ESTMKNT SECURITIES 



RT. REV. A. N. LITTLEJOHN, D.D., LL.D. 

BISHOP 
PROTESTANT KliSCOPAL DIOCESE OF LON'C ISLAND 



SMITH EDWARD LANE 

COMMISSIONER OK I'ARKS, NE^V ^■ORIC CITY (1878-83) 
COMMISSIONER NEW EAST RUEK BRIDGE (iSyS-) 






ANDREW BELL ROGERS 

ROGERS k PVATT 
IMPORTERS AND VARNISH MANUFACTURERS 



TLIO]\L\S SMITLI BASSFORD 

LAWYER 

CITY OF NEW YORK 



ALBERT FRIEDLANDER 



A. FRIEDLANDER & CO. 
CLOAK AND SUIT MANUFACTURERS 



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FRANK BRAINARD 

PRESIDENT 
NEW -i-ORK PRODUCE EX'CHANGE ( iSgy-qg) 



REV. THOMAS JOSEPH CAMPBELL 

fres't ST. John's college, fordham (1885-89, 1896-) 
piiOViNc'L NEW vork:-mar-\-land FR0\'1NCE, s. J. (i8Sq-g'5) 



PAUL GOEPEL 

LAWYER AND PATENT ATTORNEY 
EX-PKESIDENT GEK!\LAN LIEDERKRANZ 





SILAS CHAPMAN CROET 

PRESIDENT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC CHARITIES (1895-97) 
SURVEYOR OF CUSTOMS, PORT OF NEW YORK (1897-) 



OSWALD OTTENDOREER, LL.D. 

PRESIDENT AND EDITOR " NEW YORKER STAATS ZEITUNG " 
FOUNDER ISABELLA HEIMATH AND O'iTENDORFER LIBRARY 




MILES MURROUGH O'BRIEN 



THE H. B. CLAFLIN COMPANY, DRY GOODS 
COm'r OF EDrC\TION. FOUNDER OF PEOPLE'S FREE LECTL'RES 





JACOB WOLFGANG MACK 

TKEAS. NATHAN MANUF'nG CO., INJECTORS AND LUBRICATORS 
EX-COM. BOARD OF EDUCATION CITY OF NEW "i'ORK 




HERMAN RIDDER 

TREASURER AND BUSINESS MANAGER 
"new \'0RKER STAATS ZEITUNG " 



RICHARD WEINACHT 

FIRM OF MAX AMS, FISH, FRUIT AND MEAT PACKERS 
PRESIDENT ARION SOCIETY 



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\Vll.l.IAM 1!. D.WKM'ORr 

TKl'STKIv .\Nl-> PIKia lOU IX MANV CO M I'A N I I'S 
IT 111 1 1- APMINIS IK' \ IMi; Kl\l.;-^ CiMN l-\- ( I SSi) ,|ul 



JAMES l-OWl.KR WENMAN 

COTTON likOKKK. h";X-rKKSl t>liXr COTTON l':XCHAMiE 

EX-i'KKsn)i'"N> r rAKk" iiIvI'aktmknt. captain 01. n l.;iAR 



C;EX. LOUIS FITZGEKAED 

PKESIDENT MEl;CAN'TILE TKLST CoMfANV 
KE\'ET MAJOR GKNERAl,, N. G. N. \., KE'IIUEU 




JLiLIAX DOIHII.AS lAIRLlllEl) 

HANKKK, rKESlDKNT KIM^S COL'NT\" TICl'ST CO. 
COM-MISSIONKK AND TKKAStKKK NP:W KAST Kl\HK \M<\ 





HERMAN OELRKllS 

OliLRlCHS it CO., SHirrlNC. ANI1 COMMISSION :\1EKCHANTS 
AGENTS NOUTH GPRMAN It.nVD STEAMSHIT COMIAN\ 





LEONARD LEWISOHX 

LEWISOHN L^KOTHEKS, COKTER FKOOLCEKS 
i-KESIPENr LEWISOHX IMrORllNG AND TRADING CO., LTD. 




WAl.rER r.. ArrERRLRV 

'RESintiNT KINGS COCM'V REri'BLlCAN GKNERAl. COMMITTEE 
COKJ'OKATIOA! T.\i: COWmiSSlONEK STATE OK NEW NORK 



OHAKLES \VV>LVN MORSE 

TRESIDENT CONSOllOATED ICE CO. 
riK. BANK 01-' STATE OF N. \.; GAKFIELD NAT. tANK, EIC. 



EDGAR \L CULLEN 

LAWi'EK .\ND TIDGE 
JCDGE SCIREME COCRT (iStJj-) 



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AMOMO ZUCCA 




ROLLIN MONTGOMERY MORGAN 




HOMER FOLKS 



TREAS. FRUIT EXCHANGE. 
PRES. ITALIAN UNITED SOCl EI' 



)NER MANh'n BOR. (1898-) 
ANl.) ITALlAx-^ CHAM. OF COM. 



MORGAN & MITCHELL 
LAW^■EK'^ 



SECRETARY STATE CHARITIES AID ASSOCIATION 
EX-ALDERMAN CITV OF NEW YORK 






JOHN M. DELMOUR 

MARSHAL 
CIT\- riF NEW YORK 



HUGH McLaughlin 

ALCTKfNEER AND CflMMlSSION MERCHANT 
UE.MOCKAllC LEADEl'; iiF KINGS COUN'J'y 



CHARLES FREDERICK NAETHING 

CAl'ITALIS"!' 
PRESIDENT WIEDLING MOTOR COMPANY 






WILLIAM P. WUEST 

DRI/'JOI-^'I' 
COUNTY CLERK J-OR KINGS COUNTS' (1S98- 



GEN. FERDINAND PINNEY EARLE 

EX-ERIGADIER GENERAL NF.W YORK STATE ARTILLERY 
PROPRIETOR HOTELS NORM ANDIE AND NORM ANDIE-CY-THE-SEA 



CHARLES B. J. SNYDER 

ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



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OllN AUGUSTINE SULLIVAN 



\"iCE-rKESinb;N r city tkust safi- usrosir and srutivv co. 

rHESIDENT CATIK>1 IC CI I'll 



COL. ANDREW AUGUSTUS BREMNER 



IRON MANUFACTURER 
MACHLXKKV A \' H BOILERS 



MAURICE KKAXCIS HOLAHAN 

PRESIDENT 
BOARD OF PLBLIC 1 M rKO\"EM EN TS CIT\- OF NEW YORK 






TUO.MAS JAMES McHKlUE 

EX-PRESIDENT NEWSDEALERS* ANO STATION KKS' ASSOCIATION 
PROPRIETOR .McBRIDE'S TICKET OFKICES AND NEWS STANDS 



LEONARD CIIENERV 

LIELT.-COMMANDEK V. S. N. 
ON RETIRED LIST 



JOHX E. McDOXALD 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR 
NEW JEROME FARK KESER\"OIR 






WILLIAM C. REICK 

AUTHOR AND JOl'KNALIST 
CITY EDITOR NEW YORK HERALD 



RUDOLPH AROXSON 

MANAGER BIJOU THEATRE 
THEATRE MANAGER AND COMPOSER 



AVILLLVM M. SCHWLNKER 

manufacturer 
brewers' s-ufplies 



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CHARLES OLIVER ISELIN 

CAPITALIST AND YACHTSMAN 
' \IGILANT," "defender," " COLUMBIA" 



JOHN PETER HAINES 

PRESIDENT THE AMERICAN SOCIETV FOR THE TREVENTION 
OF CRUELTV TO ANIMALS 



ROBERT EDWIN BONNER 

ROBERT BONNEr's SONS 
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS "thE LEDGER MON'THLV' 




JAMES H. OLII'lIANT 





ja:\ies h. oliphaxt & co 
ME.MiiEK ne:\v vi:>i;i 



BANKERS AND BROKERS 
STOCK EXCHANGE 



EDWARD LAUTERBACH 

HOADLV, LAUTERIiACH & JOHNSON, LAWYERS 
PRESIDENT REpnp.LICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE I 1895-97) 



JOSEPH CLItFORD IIENDRLX 

PRESIDENT NATIONAL UNION BANK 
MEMBER OF CONGRESS (1893-95) 






JOHN PETER CADDAGAN 

PRESIDENT 
HOFFMAN HOUSE COMPANY 



EDWARD AUGUSTUS NEWELL 

retail merchant and importer 

gentlemen's furnishings 



JOHN W. MCDONALD 

LUMBER MERCHANT 
EXPORT TRADE 



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FREDERICK W. WURSTER 

MANUFACTURER 
MAYOR OF BROOKL^■N (TSg6-qy) 



FELIX CAMPBELL 



STEAM ENGINEERING AND MANUF R STEa:\IFITTERS SUPTLIES 
PRESIDENT peoples' TRUST COMPANY 



DANIEL ADDISOX IIEALD 

PRESIDENT 
HOME FIKE INSURANCE CO:\IPAN'V OF NEW YORK 






GEORGE ALLAN PRICE 

BALCH, PRICE & CO. 
HAT MANUFACTURERS 



REV. SYLVESTER MALONE 

55 YEARS PASTOR ST. PETER's AND S'l". PAUU's, BROOKL'i'N 
REGENT UNI\'EKSIT\' OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



EDWARD PAUL SCHELL 

JAMES, SCHELL & ELKUS 
LAWYERS 






CHARLES LEWIS COHN 

GOLDFOGLE, COHN & LIND 
LAWYERS 



THEODORE MICITAEL ROCHE 

REAL ESTATE OPERATOR 
BUILDING AND STONE-WORK CONTRACTOR 



BERNARD CHARLES MURRAY 

COUNCILMAN, BOROUGH MANHATTAN (1S98-) 
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 



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ASA ALLIKG ALLING 

KENNESriN, GRAIN A ALLING 
COUNSELLORS AT LAW 



CHARLES GEORGE WILSON 

PRESIDENT CONSOLIUATED STOCR AND PETROLEUM EXCHANGE 
PKESIDENT HEALTH DEPARTMENT (iSSq-qS) 



SAMUEL UNTERMYER 

GUGGKNHEIMER, UNTERMYER & MARSHALL 
LA\V\ERS 






MAJOR STEWART MEILV BRICE 



\'ETERAN OF SAN JUAN, CUBA (189S) 
COUN'CILMAN BOROL'GH OF MANHATTAN' llSgS-) 



REV. GUSTAV (;OTTHEIL, D.D. 



RABBI TEMrT.E EMANU-El, 
FOUNDER AND HON. TRES. SIsrEKHOOD OF VK 



;SONAL SERVICE 



MORRLS CUKOR 

LAWYER 
HON. Pl^ESIDENT HUNGARIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 






RUPERT A. RVLEY 

PRESIDENT RUPERT A, KYLEY COMPANY 
MERCHANT TAILORS 



CHARLES H. EliBETS 

PRESIDENT BROOKLYN BASEBALL CL'.'B 
COUNCILMAN BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN { iH^B-igoJ ] 



HENRY EMANUEL VANDER BEUGLE 

AVOLFERS, GOLDBERG & CO. 
MANUFACTURERS OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 



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COL. WILBUR C. BROWN 

LAWYER 
TREASURER DETROIT & LUT\ NORTHERN RAILROAD 



ARTHUR J. HORGAN 

HOKGAN & SLATTERV 
ARCHITECTS 



VINCENT JOSEPH SLATTERV 



MORGAN & SLATTER^■ 
ARCHITECTS 






WILLIAM ZIEGLER 

REAL ESTATE CAPITALIST 
RETIRED MANUFACTURER 



PATRICK JEROME GLEASON 

RAILROAD CONTRACTOR AND CAPITALIST 
MAYOR LONG ISLAND CITY (1890-98) 



JOSEPH H. STEINHARDT 



STEINHARDT & KELLY 
CONTRACTORS FOR HOTEL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 






JOHN GEORGE O'KEEFFE 

H. L. HORTON & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS 
MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 



PETER JOSEPH DOOLING 

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER 
DEPARTMENT PUBLIC BUILDINGS, LIGHTING AND SUPPLIES 



WILLIAM CHARLES TOWEN 



COUCH A TOWEN 
LAWYERS 



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THOMAS LOWE FEITNER 

LAWYER, COMMISSIONER OF TAXES (1883-95) 
PRESIDENT DEI'ARTMENT TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS (1898-) 



EDWARD CHARLES SHEEHY 

COMMISSIONER CHARITIES AND CORRECTION (l889-q5) 
COM:\1ISSIONER taxes and ASSESSMENTS (1898-) 



WILLIAM FREDERICK GRELL 

PRESIDENT NEW YORK GERMAN DEMOCRACY 
COMMISSIONER TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS (l8gS-) 






THOMAS J. PATTERSON 

PRESIDENT nKOOKU\'N COM, EXCHANGE 
COMMISSIONEK TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS (iSgS-) 



ARTHUR C. SALMON 

TREASURER DEMOCRATIC GENERAL COMMITTEE KINGS CO. 
CMMMlSSLiN-rcu TAXES AND A=;SlvSSM EN'TS (l8g8 -) 



GEORGE CROMWELL 

MEMBER OF" ASSEMBLY {1887). PRESIDENT RICHiMOND COUNTY 
1'AKK: C'iM. {1897). PRESIDENT HORHUGH OF KICHMOND (l8y8-) 






JOHN CIL-\RLLS HERTLE 

.MANI'F \CTI_'KEK AND ACCOUNTANT 
COMMlsvjr.NRR OF ACCOI'NTS (1898-) 



FREDERICK BOWLEV 

ALDERMAN-AT-LARGE (1896-97) 
PRESIDENT BOROUGH OF QUEENS (1898-) 



WU.LIAM SEELICSREKG 

REAL ESTATE IIROKER AND APPRAISER 
PKIJMINENT IN l'"RA-JKHN A L ORGANIZATIONS 



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HENRV S. KEARNY 

MEMBER SUBWAV COMMISSION (iSq4-97> 
COM. riT.LlC BL'ILDINGS, LIGHTING AND SL TILIES (189S-) 



COL. iMICHAEL C. MURPHY 

COLONEL l'. S. V. (1864-65I. STATE SENATOR (1884-90) 
FKESIDENT BOARD OF HEALTH (iSqS-) 



JOHN HENRV MCCARTHY 

ASSE:\1EL^ MAN- NEW YORK: (1880-81). CONGRESSMAN ( iSSg-go) 
Jl'DGE CITY COfRT NE\V ^■ORK: (iSgl-) 





BERNARD J. YORK 

CLEKK SPECIAL SESSIONS KINGS COl'NTY 11575-95"* 
rKESIDENT FOl-ICE BOARD C1T\' OF NEAV \OKb: ViSqS- 



WILLIAM SOH.MER 

MEMBER ASSEMBLY (1889-92). REGISTER (1896-07) 
COLNTY CLERK (.iSqS-). SOHMEK & RIEHLE, INSL'RANCE 




JOSEPH HENRY STINER 

I. \\V\ER. ^L\J0R U. S. \'OLlNTEERS llSl5l-65> 
FKESIDENT BOAKD OF JUSTICES, MUNICUAL COl'RT 






ROBERT LEE LUCE 

LAWYER 
GFNEKAL FKACTICE 



LKE I'HlLLirS 

L,\\V\ EK 
SECRETARY ClYIL SERVICE CO\LMlSS10N 1,1836-96, "9S-) 



FRANK CURTIS ELLIOTT 

SHIF BROKER 
BENNETT, WALSH & COMFANV. MERCHANTS 



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AMOS JAY CUMMINGS 

PRINTER. JOURNALIST, SOLDIER AND LEGISLATOR 
U. S. CONGRESSMAN FROM NEW YORK (1887-lgoi) 





PHILIP liURRILL LOW 

TRESIDENT NATIONAL SUPPLY CO., SHIP i:>LTFlTS 
U. S. Ci JNC.KESSMAN ("1895-) 





GEORGE BRINTON McCLELLAN 

JOURNALIST. LAWYER AND LEGISLATOR 
U. S. CONGRESSMAN (1895-) 



WILLIAM SULZER 

MEMBER NEW VORK STATE ASSEMBLY ( 1 889-95) 
MEMBER OF CONGRESS UNITED S'l-ATES, LAWYER 



JEFFERSON MONROE LEVY, LL.B. 

LAWYER. MEMIIER OF CONGRESS (1899-1901) 
OWNER OF JEFFERS(jN HOMESTEAD, MON'llCELLO, VA, 




JACOB RUPPERT, Jl- 



BREWER. COLONEL AND AIDE-DE-CAMP STAFFS OF GOVERNORS 
HILL AND FLOWER (1889-94). U. S. CONGRESSMAN (1899-1901) 






JOHN J. FITZGERALD 



LAWYER 

MEMBER OF CONGRESS (1899-) 



JOHN QUINCY UNDERHILL 

VICE-PRESIDENT WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
MEMBER OF CONGRESS (1899-) 



DANIEL J. RIORDAN 

REAL ESTATE 
MEMHEK OF CONGRESS (1899-) 



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CORNELIUS VAN COTT 

rOSTMASTEK Ol' Nli\V YOKK (iSSq-QS AND 1S97-) 
SECKKTAKY NEW VnUKl ANP NKW JR1.:SK\' ICE LINES 





LOUIS FRANCIS UAFFEN 

COM. DEPT. STREET IMPKOV'tS 23D AND 24TH WARDS (1893-9S) 



PRESIDENT OF THE B' 



OROUGH OF THE BRONX (iSgS-) 





ABRAHAM ABRAHAM 

ABRAHAM & STRAUS 
DEPARTMENT STORE, BROOKLYN 




EUGENE VANSCIIAICK 

VAN SCHAICK * NORTON 
COUNSELLORS AT LAW 



COL. DANIEL APPLETON 

D. APPLETON * CO., PUBLISHERS 
COLONEL OF 7TH REGIMENT, N. G. N, ■\'. (iSSc)-) 



WILLIAM TILLINGHAST BULL, M.D. 

SURGEON. JOURNALIST. PROFESSOR OF SURGERY 
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 






SIMEON FORD 

FORD ft SHAW, GRAND UNION HOTEL 
PRESIDENT HOTEL RED BOOK DIRECTORY ^O. 



FETER DOELGER, SEN. 

BREWER 
L.\GER BEER AND ALE 



MYER SAMUEL ISA.\CS 

M. S. A I. S. ISAACS, COUNSELLORS AT LAW- 
JUDGE MARINE COURT (,l3So1. PKES. EARON DE HIRSCH FUND 



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WILL CARLETON 



HENRY A. HICKS 



V< -KT AND AUTHDk 
'fAI;M I'.ALI.ADS " AND OTHIil^ BALLADS OF HOME LIFE 



larLDlNG MATEKLILS 
^L■\S'iKK WnKKMAN lirSTRICT ASSEM. 253, KNlGJirS n K LACU 



JOSEPH JAMES LITTLE 

E'KESIDENT |. I. LiriLK .■* CdMLANV, PlaNIERS 
EX-CONGRESSAL\N. I'KK^. liOAKD (.IF EDUCATION N. V. (i 






EHWAKI) ELISHA LEE 

CHIEF (<{■ AD\lSum- IlOAKD 
UNITED C'lLdklCD DE:\M.)CKAC^■ OF GREATER NKW \OKK 



REV. EDWAKH GAYER ANDREWS, DT). 

EISHTil' OF THE METHODIST EMSC'M'AL CHUlvClI 
KESIDEMCE, NEW YORK 



ANTHONY MCCARTHY 

PRESIDENT YOUNG MEN'S BENEFICIAL LEAGL'E 
CHAIRMAN NATURALIZATION UNITED COLnREl) DEMOCRACY 






CARLO BARSOTTI 

PRESIDENT ITALIAN RKAL ESTATE CO. 
I'UBLISHEK IL I-ROGRESSO ITALO-.\M ERIC ANO 



]n<ADLEY SILLECK OSHON 

ADMIRAL FAkRAGUT ASSOCIATION 
NA\'AL \'ETKRANS, I'ORT OF NEW \'ORK 



ALEXANDER CRAWFORD CHENOWETH 



J'ERATOR AND INVESIOR 
REAI, ESTATE 



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GE0R(.;E FRANCIS VAIL 




ri;ESlDMNT 
rKEN'TH STKIIET BANK 



OIIN IIARSEN RHOADES 



FRESIDENT 
GREENWICH S.WTNGS BANK 




JAMES AL<:)VSIUS 0'(.;ORMAX 

LAWVEl;. jr.sTICE IiIS'IKICT COURT NEW ^^ll^i< 11094-97) 
jrsTlCE MINICIF'AI. COTRT llSgS-) 






JAMES MCCARTNEY 

E\'-SITT. ENCIXEERIN'G DETARTMENT I'l'DLIC WOK 

.STREET CLEANING COMMISSIONER (l3gS-l 



ANDREW T. SULLIVAN 

PRESIDENT NASSAU TRUST CO. 
EX'-rOSTlMASLER OF LiROOKLVN 



EDGAR J. LEVEY 



LAWYER AND FINANCIAL EXPERT 
DEri'T\- CiiMl'TROLLER OF THE CITX OV NE^V 






CHARLES L. FRANCISCO 

SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS 
GRAND CENTRAL STATION 



HENRY DENTON NICOLE. ^L D. 

ATTEND'g SURG, -woman's HOSPITAL. CONSULT'g PHYSICIAN 
NURSERY AND CHILD's AND OLD ^L\K10N ST. :\1ATER'v HOSp'lS 



HOMER LEE 



Y.-P. FKANKLIN-LEE BANK NOTE CO. PRES. HOMER LEE BANK 
NOTE CO, ARTIST ft 1N\ ENTOR. A FOUNDER OF THE OHIO SOC. 



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MORGAN JOSEPH O'BRIEN 

JUDGE SUPREME COl'RT, TRIAL Dn'ISION (1887-96) 
JUDGE APPELLATE DlVIsmx SITREME COURT (1896-) 



ADOLI'H CHRISTIAN HOTTENROTII 

GUMBLETON & HOTTENROTH, LAWYERS, COUNCILMAN BRONX 
(1S9S-). MEMBER OF CONSTITUIT ON AL CoN\ENTION (1894) 



WORTHINGTON WHITEHOUSE 

WHITEHOUSE & PORTER 
REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AGENTS 






LEO SCHLESINGER 

CAPITALIST AND MANUFACTURER 
PRESIDENT MECHANICS AND TRADERS IJANK 



GEORGE R. BIDWELL 

CHAIRMAN REPL'BLICAN COUNT^■ COMMLl TEE (1895-96) 
COLLECTOR POKT OF NEW YORK (iSgy-) 



SAMUEL J. STIFFSONN 

MANUFACTURER 
UPHOLSTERY TRIMMINGS, ETC. 






JACOH FOWLER 

SUPERINTENDENT 
ROHE & BROTHER, PKO\T5IONS 



CASWELL ARMSTRONG MAYO, Ph. G. 

EDITOR 
AMERICAN DRUGGIST AND PH ARMACEU'llCAL RECORD 



PATRICK THOMAS WALL 

NEW YORK MANGR. WM. J. LEMP BREWING CO., ST. LOUIS, )P(0. 
HOTEL PROPRIETOR 



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\VII.1,IAA[ B. Dll.l.ON 

IN I KUN A rUiKAI. I'Al'KI-: COi\llV\N\- 



lOlIN C. lUHKINr. 



■"UANCIS M. I.KGGE'rr .t CO., IMIH'ikT C. AND iM.ANUF G GKOCERS 
\-[CE-PKESIDliNT MKUCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW \OiiK 



WILLIAM HENRY PARSONS 

PRESIDENT W, H. TARSi-iNS & COMPANV 
PAF'ER MANUFACTl'KEKS 





COL. WILLLVM EDWARD VAN WVCK 



COLONEL N'. G. N. V. EX-PKESIDENT N. 
V \I'FR MKRCHANT 



■\THLET1C CLl'E 





COL. CLARENCE ASHLEY FOSTLEY 

YACHTSMAN 
COMMODORE LARCH.MONT YACHT CLUB 




CHARLES l.OUIS PU\ AL 

PRESIDENT Dl.'\'AL COMl'ANY 
WARHHOPSEMKN AND FORWARDERS 



CYRUS CLARK 

CAPITALIST 
DIRECTOR HAMILTON BANK 



FRANK ROYALL HOUCHTON 



REAL ESTATE 
AGENT AND BROKER 



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GEORGE LOCKIIART RIVES 

OLIN & KH'ES, ATTORNEYS 
RAPID TRANSIT COMMISSIONER 



STEPHEN M. WILLIA^MS 

SECOND VICE PRESIDENT 
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JP:k^K\' 



JACOB HESS 



EX-COMMISSIONER BOARD ELECTRICAL CONTROL 
I'OLICE COMMISSIONER (iSgS-) 






THEODORE P. OILMAN 

DEPUTY COMPTROLLER 
STATE OF NEW -.-ORK 



FREDERIC RENE COUDERT, LL.D. 

COUDERT BROS., LAWYEKS. COUNSEL IN SEAL FISHERY COM. 
PRES. BAR AssriCIATlON' (l8gO-9l)AND MANH\TTAN CLriMlSQS; 



JOHN B. COSBY, M.D. 

PHYSICIAN 
POARD OF HEALTH COMMISSION (1S9S-) 






RALPH SAXTON 7.ANSING 

ASSISTANT TO COUNSEL U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
PKES. DELTA CHI FRATERNITY (LEGAL) U. S. AND CANADA 



JOHN H. LITTLE 

SCHOOL INSPECTOR 
FI'RNITrRE AND CARPET DEALER 



LOUIS L. FIRUSKI 

COMMISSION MERC't. PROP. PIONEER STOR. AND REALTY CO. 
BOARD OF MAN-'rS BROOKLYN DISCI PLINARY TRAINING SCHOOL 



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THOMAS JOSEPH BRADY 

SUPT. OF LUILDINGS (1889-95). PKES. HOARD OK Rl'ILDTNGS 
COMMISSIONER OF lUULDINGS MANHATTAN AND HFONX (1898-) 



JOHN GUH.FOVLE 

COMMISSIONER OF BL'ILDINGS, BROOKL^■^ 
EX-ALDERMAN, CFTV OF BROOKLYN 



DANIEL CAMPBELL 



BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR 
COMMISSIONER BUILDINGS, BOROUGHS RICHMOND AND QUEENS 






JOHN ^L JONES 

LAW\ER. MEMBER 7TH REGT,, N. G. N. V. 
FIRST LIEU t . AND BATTALION ADJUTANT gTH U. S. \'OI.S. (iS^S) 



WILLLVM NATHAN COHEN 

LAW^■EK 
JUSTICE SUPREME COl'RT OF NEW YORK (iSqS) 



PATRICK C. MEEHAN 

^VAIT, CREIGHTON & MEEHAN 
COFFEE MERCHANTS, IMTORTERS AND EXTORTERS 






CHARLES EDWARD GILBERT, M.D. 



PHYSICIAN 
GENERAL PRACTICE 



MARTIN LUTHER HOLLISTER 

LAWYER. FIRE MARSHAL NEW YORK CITY (1895-96) 
CIRCUIT ATTORNEY, lOTH JLDICIAL CIRCUIT (^MO.) (,1870-74) 



WILLIAM J. LARDNER 

LAWYER 
EX-ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, NEW YORK STATE: 



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ANDREW MCLEAN 




EDITOR 
THE BROOKLYN CI' 



HENRY RUTGERS BEEKMAN 

CORrORAllON COUNSEL NEW YORIC (1888-89} 
JUDGE SUPREME COURT (l8g6-) 




HOWARD P. OKIE 



LAWYEIi 
ALDERMAN, BOKOUGH OF MANHATTAN 



8-99) 






EDWARD KAUF.MANN 

DA\'rS & KAUFMANN, ATTi.iKNl-J'.'S AT LAV 
DIKECTOR BROOK'L^'N PUBLIC LII'.KAKV 



JOHN FOX 

IKON MERCHANT 

.■\1EM. OF CONf;RI-:ss (1866-71). N. y. STATE SHNA'l"i.>R (1873-75) 



JACKSON ODKL[. DYKMAN 

DIS'IRICT ATTORNE\' WESTCH ES'l'ER COUNTY (1866-69) 
JUSTICE SUPREME COURT (1875-97) 






EDWARD VALENTINE SKINNER 

GENERAL EAS'IEKN AGENT 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL\VAY 



SAMUEL CARPENTER 

EASTERN PASSENGER AGENT 
l'ENNS\'L\'ANIA RAILROAD 



OTHO SI'RIGG COCKEY 

GENPIRAL AGENT 
GRAND TRUNK KAILWAY SVSTE^ 



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JOHN B. SEXTON 

SHERIFF NEW \(iKK COL'NT'i" ( 1S94) 
rOLlCE COMMISSIONER GREATER NEW VORIC tiSgS-) 



GEN. ANSON GEORGE McCOOK 

GENERAL U. S. A. LAW\'EK. PRES. NEW vriRK LAW PL'B. CO. 
CONGRESSMAN (1S77-83), CITY CHAMBKRLAIN (1895-97) 



JOHN JOSEPH FREEDiMAN 

Il.'DGE SL'fERIOR COURT (186Q-95) 
jr^'dCR SL-PREME COURT ( 1896-) 






JOHN W. WEBER 

COMHIISSIONER EDUCATION KINGS COUNTN' ( iSSg-gs) 
NEW EAST Rn^ER BRIDGE COMMISSIONER (1808-) 



LUCAS L. VAN ALLEN 

LAW^'EK. ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY (1897) 
MEMBER NEW ^'l.iRK ASSEMBLY {1882-S6) 



JOHN THOMAS BURKE 

AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST 
PRESIDENT SCHOOL BOARD, BOROUGH OF RICHMOND 






ADOLPH SIMIS, JR. 

COMMISSIONER CHARITY AND CORRECTION KINGS CO. (l892-g6) 
COMMISSIONER CHARITIES BROOKLYN AND QUEENS (l8g8-) 



JOHN B. FINN 

MANUFACTURER 
OFFICE FURNITURE AND DESKS 



JOHN H. O'CONNELL 

WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT 
MEMBER TAMMANY HALL GENERAL COMMITTEE 



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PETER BUTLER OLNEY 

OLNEV & COMSTOCK, COUNSELLORS AT LAW 
DISTRICT ATTORXE\' NFW VOKK 1 1 8Sl ) 





EDWARD CLARKSON POTTER 

E. C. POTTER & CO,, BANKERS AND BKOKR:i';S 
,MEMBER NEW '^OKK STi:>Cl-: EX'CHANGE 





GUSTAVUS CLARKE HOPKINS 

HOPKINS, DWIGHT S: CO., COTTON MERCHANTS 
EX-PKESIDENT NEW VORIC COTTON EXCHANGE 




HORACE HOYT BROCKWAY 

PROP. ASHLAND HOUSE. TREAS. GARFMELD SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 
PRESIDENT MUTUAL ICNIGHT^ TEMPI-AR ASSOCIATION 



REV. NEWELL DWTGIIT IIILLIS 

PASTr)R 
PLYMOUTH CHURCH, BROOKLYN 



RICHARD H. MITCHELL 

MORGAN &. MITCHELL, LAW^'ERS 
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR (l8gg-) 






ISAAC BELL PRKNXAN 

LE\'ENTia'IT & BRENNAN 
LAW\ EKb 



TIIOAL-VS EMMET CRIMMINS 

T, E. CRIMMINS & CO., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 
PKES. WES'ICHESTER ELEC. R.R. DIR. MECH. & TRADEKs' BANK 



MrrCIIELL LOUIS ERLANGER 

COMMERCIAL AND COR1'OI^\T10N 
LAWYER 



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EinVARU CAllU.L 

MKMr.FR N. V. DFMOCKATIC STATF COM. 1,1870-77. 1SS3-S0) 

ASSKSsoK ^'K^v vokk cotnia" USS7-05, iSuS-1 



WALTER S. JOHNSTON 

I'KKSinEX r A^ilEKIC \N SLKlil\" COMI'\N\" 
yKKSllM-IN I SIWMSII-AMEKICAN' l.lGUr ANP ]'i.i\Vl£R COMI'ANV 



JACt.il; LEST SHALE 

PRESIDENT AXU MANAGER 
ri'BLISHERS' PRESS ASSOCIATIOX 






JOHN McANKUNEV 

EX-l'RESIDEN V 
SK\'ENTH NATIONAL BANK 



REV. LAIRICR MNCENT UARTIOAX, O.F. 



ST. VINCENT KKKKER CUfRCH (ROMAN CATHOLIC) 



GEORGE c;. BROWN 



PECRETARN- 



EDUCATOR 
CHOOL BOARL->. BROOKLYN BOROUGH 






LEOPOLD WORMsER 

CIGAR MAXLFACTIKEK 
TKLSTEE TWELFTH WARD S-VVINGS BANK 



JA>[Es FEENV 

DRUGGIST 
COM.MISi^IONER CHARITIES, BOROUGH RICHMOND i iSqS-) 



UILLLVM LENTON CRlsF 

STERN & RUSHMOKE 
LAWYERS 



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WARREN HIGLEV 

LAWYER AND JUDGE 
\ICE-PRES1DKNT OHIO SOCIETY 





ROBERT MEANS THOMPSON 



I'KESiDENT 
THE OKI^ORD COfM'EK COMPANY 



GEN. EGBERT LUDOVICUS VIELE 

DESIGNER ItF CENTRAL F'AKK, NEW "\'ORK (1856) 
CONGRESSMAN (1S84-86). J'K'KSIDENT I'AKK DEPT. (1S84)' 






DAVID LOUIS WEIL 

WKIL, KSCHWEGE & SCil ALI-filK: 
LAWi'RRS 



^VILLIAiM GRAVES BATES 

LAWYER. CAI'IAIN AND A. A, G., U. S. V. (1898) 
[MAJOR yiSl' REGIMEN'T, N. G. N. Y, 



LOUIS PEISER, iM.D. 

PHYSICIAN. MEiMllEK GERMAN MEDICAL SOC, N. Y. COUNTY 
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AND MET. MEDICAL SOClErv 






CHARLES IJUERMANN 

CHARLES BL'ERMANN 4 CO. 
REAL ESTATE 



MOSES IRA MENDEL 

EX-SCHOOL TRUSTEE. SECRETARY GRAND JURY, CITY OI- N. Y. 
MENDEL BROTHERS, MEn's KURNISHING GOODS 



THOMAS ABERNETHY FAIR 

REPRESENTATIVE 
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMF'ANY 



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HARMANUS BARKULOO HUBBARD 



HUBBARD & RUSHMORE 
COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW 



JOHN Colter kelley 

PRESIDENT NATIONAL METER CO., METERS AND GAS ENGINES 
EX-U. S. COLLECTOR INT. RE\'. TRES. 8tH WARD BANK, b'kL"S'N 



JOHN C. ORR 

JOHN C. OKR & CO. 
LUMBER MERCHANTS 




COL. WILLIAM IRWIN MARTIN 

REAL ESTATE OPERATOR. VET. BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG (1863) 
COMD'G 23D REGIMENT, N. G. VETERANS (iSCfS) 





COL. ANDREW GLASSELL DICKINSON 

RETIRED MERCHANT 
PAST COMMANDER CONFEDERATE \-ETERANS CAMP 








THOMAS J. BROWN 

CARRIAGES 
DIRECTOR CENTRAL PARK STAGES 




CAPT. HENRY B. PAGE 

INSPECTOR BUREAU OF COMBUSTIBLES, FIRE DEp't. VET. KEZ 
PERCES AND BANNOCK INDIAN WARS AND IlTH REG'T, N. G. N. V. 



COL. FRED FEIGL 

A. D. C. TO GOV. TEXAS. EDITOR '' TAMMANY TIMES ' 
EDITOR "new YORK STAR " 



JOHN FRANCIS DANIELL 

JOHN DANIELL, SONS 4 SONS 
DRY GOODS 



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WILLIAM MECKI.EXIIURG POLK, ALD. 

DEAN AND DIKECTr'R CORNELL L.N' I V EkSITV MEDICAL COLLEGE 
G\'N.ECOLnGTST Til hELLEX'LE HOSITLAL, ETC, 



WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST 

I'KOPRIETOR AND EDITOR 
'new \"QRK journal" and "SAN FRANCISCO EXA^IINER' 



LUTHER LAFLIN KEIT.OGG 

KELLOGG, ROSE & SMITH 
LA\V^■ERS 




JOHN IIENRV ROGAN 

LAWi'r.K 
GENERAL F'R ACTITIONEK CIVIL CAUSES 





JOHN MURRAY MITCHELL 

LA\\'\'ER 
CONGRESSMAN EIGirTM NEW YORK DLSTRICT ("1895-99) 





EDWIN KNOWLES 

THEATRE I\L\NAGER 
FROFKIETOR THE FIFTH A\'ENUE 'I1IEATRE 




WILLIAM JOHN KNIGHT KENNY 

EX'-SUPERVISOR CITY RECORD 
I'KESIDENT iECL'EITIES ADVERTISING ACKNCY 



ALBERT SHAW 

PUBLICIST AND LECTURER 
EDITOR "the review OF REVIEWS 



DAVID FRIEDSAM 

B. ALTAIAN & CO., Din' GOODS 
DELEGATE 10 RErUHLICAN NATIONAL CoNVF.NTlON {l8g6) 



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MAURICE J. I'OWER 

UNITED STATES SHIKTtNG COMMISSIONER ^1893-97) 
AQUEDUCT COMMISSIONER (i8q8-) 



WILLIAM HENRY TEN EVCK 

CLEKK BOARD OF ALDERMEN (1S95-CJ7) 
VlCE-rKESIDFNT Arif ED ICT CO.MMISSION ( iSgS-) 



JOHN PAUL WINDOLPH 

WAR "\ ETERAN {1861-65). MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY I1884-S5) 
VICE-F'RES. BD. ALDEKMEN (l8g4-97). AQUEDLCT COM. 1 1S98-) 






UOl'.ERr E. DEVO 

DELEGATE TO NEW 'S'OKK: CONSTITL'TION AL C0N'\ENT10N' (iS94"1 
CIVIL SER\ICE COMMISSIONER (1804-95, iSqS-) 



JOHN JOSEI'II RVAX 

PRESiDEXT 
AgrEDLCT COMMISSION, CITY OF NEW "iORK: 



CLARENCE OTIS 13IGELOW 

DRUGGIST, TKESIUENT BOARD OF PHAR_MACY 
TREASURER NEW YORK: COLLEGE OF PHARMAC\" 






ALBERT JOHNSON WISE 

LAWYER AND YACHTS>LA.N' 
MEMBER NEW YORK CLUB AND NEW YORK YACHT CLUE 



]OUy THOMAS MEEHAN 

DOLAN 4 NEPHEW 
TURFMEN -AND KESTAUR.ANT PROPRIETORS 



MEYER JACKSON, M.D. 

PHYSICIAN TO MOUNT SINAI SOCIETY 
AND POST GR.ADUATE MEDICAL COLLEGE 



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CHARLES WEl.DE 

LAWYER, lOLICe JUSTICE (1884-95) 
COMMISSKIXER OF JL'ROlvS (1898-) 



HENRY ALOVSIUS GUMBLETON 

GUMELEION i HUTTEN KO TH, LAWVEKS 
COUNT\' CLEkk', NEW \(lKK Li.H'NTY ( 1S76-78) 



EMANUEL BLUMENSTIEL 

ELUMENS'lIEL & HIKSCH, LA\\-\ERS 
COm'R of API'. FOR S1'E1I:d\VA\- and p:lE-\E.\'TH ward I'ARKS 






JAMES E. SMITH 

LAWYER 

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY NEW \-ORK COUNTY (1899) 



HENRY E \1JELL 
GOV, Cornell's sec'^' ( 1879). MmiBick ok assembly (1894-96) 

POLICE COMMISSli'NHK UKKAIKR NEW "I'ORK ( iSgS-) 



HENRY FRENCH 

EX-CAPTAIN BKOOKLYN T'OLICE DEPARTMENT 
C0LNCIL:\L\N borough op BRO^.^KL^N (i8q8-) 






GEORGE J. GROSSMAN 



PRESIDENT THE PEOPLe's GUARANTY AND INDEMNITY CO. 
MPr^fBER OF ASSEMBLY NEW YORK COUNTY (1899) 



RICHARD M. WALTERS 

PIANO MANUFACTURER 
VICE-FKES. MERCHANIS' AND MANUFACTURERS* ED. OF TRADE 



ABRAHAM LEVY 

LAWYER 
ADVOCATE IN CRIMINAL CASES 



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CHARLIES I'RKnKRlCK WII.DEY 



rROi'Kii' roR cosMi 



1 II Si.U'AKE HOTEL 



AUGUST MOEBUS 

Al.DilKMAN (1890-91) 
PAKIC COMMISSIONKI; HOKOl'GH OF THE IIKONX (iSgS-) 



GEORGE VANDERHOEF BROWER 

LAWYEK. AI'I'KAISER PORT OF NEW \'.<KK (18S5-89) 
I'ARK COMMI-^SIONEK BROOKL^■N ( 1 8qo-q4, l3g8-) 





CHARLl<:s IIENKV KNOX 

LA'WVEK. rKl':S, MrXlCICAl, C1\1I. ^FK, COM M ISSION ( iSyS-gol 

i'RKS)ni''\ I iiM\kn I'l-- Kiu'L A rioN' (15^4-05'* 



RIGHT REV. CHARLES E. McDOXXELL 




OHX RENEHAN 



l?01 IC DTOCESF 01~ [lR^^OK:L^■N 



PLl'MBING AND HEATING 
CHAIRMAN BOARD OF EXAMIXING PLCMBEKS N'E"\V YORK: CITY 






EDWIN NICHOl.AS POLL 

IMPORTER OF WOOLENS AND CI SIOM TAILOR 
EX-rKESIDENT MERCHANT TAILOKs' NATIONAL EXCHANG 



GEORGE LIYIXGSTON 

EriLDING MATERIALS. SCHOOl TRUSTEE l^iSSS-Q^^ 
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, HOARD OF EDUCATION (1SQJ-05 ; iSoQ-'l 



F. DE HASS SIMOXSON 

REAL ESTATE AGENT 
COMMISSIONER FOAKD OF EDUCATION 



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PHILIP LEWISOHN 

LEWISOHN IMPORTING & TRADING CO., LTD. LEWISOHX DROS. 
CUDAX-AMEKICAN M ANl'FACTUKING COMPANV 





BENTAMIN WOOD 



prol'rietor and editor 
''new \<>\<k daily news' 



DE LANCEY NICOLL 

LAWYER. DISTRICT ATTORNEY NEW YORK CITY (iSgO-Qs) 
DELEGATE N. ^■. STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION (1894) 






CHRISTOPHER C. SHAYNE 



JOHN QUINCY ADAMS WARD 



GEORGE WALDO SMITH 



FLR .MANUFACTURER. PRES. :\1ERCH.ANTS AND MANUFACTURERS SCULPTOR OF BEECHER STATUE (eROOKLYN) SMITH i SILLS, WHOLESALE GROCERS 

COARD OF TRADE. CilMMERCE COMMISs'eR STATE NEW ^'ORR WASHINGTON (U. S. 1REASL:RY) ; GREELEY (TRIBUNE), ETC. RRES. WHOLESALE GROCERS ASs'n. V.-P, N.\t'l BD. OF TRADE 






ALOXZO hLOTE 



LYMAN WILLIAMS REDINGTON 



TREDWELLi- SLOT E, TAILORS. l.-P. WALLAIIOUT EK., b'KL-,N LAWYER. DEMOC. CANDIDATE FOR GOV. OF VERMONT (1884) 

DIR. NAT. SHOE ANDLEATH. BK. ; EROOR-LVN LIFE INS. CO., ETC. MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COUNTY (1898-99I 



SAMUEL GOMPERS 

ORGANIZED LABOR LEADER 
PRESIDENT AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR 



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KUWARIi FRANCIS O'DWYER 

:\IEMrxl-'K UOAKD OF ALDERMEN ( 1SS5I 





llENRV Al.LEN ROGERS 

RAILWAY AND MACHINISTS' SLTPLIES 
'I'KrSTEE nciWERV SAVINGS BANK 



J. SEAVER PAGE 



VICE-PRESIDENT F. \V. DE\*OE & C. T. RA\'NOLDS CO. 
PAINTS, \'ARNISHES AND AKTISTS' MATERIALS 






MOSES HENRV MOSES 

M. H. MOSES A CO. 
TEA AND COFFEK MKKCHANTS 



COL. FRANK C. LOVELAND 

COLONEL DTH OHIO V'OLl'NTEER C.\\'.\LRY I1S61-65I 
\ICE-rKESlURNT AMERICAN EXPLORATION CO. 



ED^VARD CHARLES SCHAEFER 

I'RESIDEXT GEKMANIA HANK 
PRESIDENT THE F. & M. SCHAEFER BREWING COMPANY 





FREDERICK SCIIMID 

GENERAL CONTKACTOK 
MEMBER OF NEW YORK STATE ASSEMDLV USgS-ggl 



FREDERICK rHILLU' HUMMEL 

LAWYER 

EX-MHMBER OF ASSEMLILY NEW YORK STATE 




ACOB FHILir SOLOMON 



LAWYER AND JOL'RNALIST 
EDITOR HEP.REW STANDARD 



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TOWN SEND SC UDDER 

I. \\V\ER. COrNSi:L QLEKNS COUKTV (1895-99) 
UNITED STATES CONGRESSMAN, 1ST DIST., N. V. llS99-igoi) 



NICHOLAS MULLER 

asse:\i. (1S75-76). CONG. (1877-S0, i88j-S6, 1899-;. dem. state 

COM. (1S75, 1S85-86). PREJ^. IMJLICE CO^r., KICII'd CO. (1888-97) 



FRANK E. WILSON, M. D. 

ITnSJCIAN 
ME.MliER OF CONGRESS (1899-J 






TMO.\LAS JOSEPH BRADLEY 



COL. BERTRAM T. CLAYTON 



DEPUTE' ASSIST. DISTKICi" AITOIVNEV NEW VOnk' CO. (1892-95) COMMANDING I4TH REOnnCNT, N. G. N". V. 

MEMI'.EK <.<!-- C(i\GI-:ESS (1897-98-99-) CAPT. TROOP C, V. S. V. (l8g8). MRMP.ER Ol'" CONGRESS (1899-) 



EDMUND HOPE DRIGGS 

INSURANCE. WILLIAMSBURG CITY FIRE INSLiRANCE CO. 
MEMBER OF CONGRESS (1899-) 






HENRY WOLFSOHN 

CONCERT DIRECTOR 
MANAGER MUSICAL BUREAU 



JOHN NATHANIEL MOORE 

LAWYER 
CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL CASES 



WILLIAM J. GOLE 



PILOT 
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION, BOROUGH OF RICHMOND 



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ClIAKl.KS WElSliECKER 

HARLEM GENEKAL MAKKKT 
PRODUCE ANn l'KO\ ISIONS 



LAURENCE THOMAS EELL 

MANAGER 
MClNT^'Kl^ & WARDW'ELI., BANKER-^ AND tlROKEKS 



ABRAM BROUGHAM DE FRECE 

EX-TKEASUREK NEW \"OKK ^.'NIVER?IT^" ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
EX-PKES. NAT'l TAFEK BAG CO. EX-MGR. " MAIL AND EXPRESS" 






HENRY REESE HOVT 

DALY, HOVT A MASON, LAWYERS 
CIVIL AND COMMEKCIAL PRACTICE 



GEN. HORATIO COLLINS KING 

LAWVEK. BREVET COLONEL U. S. V. US!34-65) 
JUDGE ADVOC. GENEKAL, GO\'. CLE\-ELANd's STAFF l.lSS3-S4'l 



GEORGE CLARK COFFIN 

LAWYER 

CHAIRMAN SPEEDWAY COMMISSION 





EDWARD FREDERICK JAMES 



LAWYER 

GENEKAL PRACTICE 



GEORGE DOAN RUSSELL, LL.M. 

LAWYER, SPECIALIST IN BUILDING LAW 
PRESIDENT YOUNG MEN's LEAGUE, BROOKLYN 




OHX F. WALSH, TR. 



SHIPWRIGHT 
CAL'LKER .\ND SPARMAKER 



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MAJOR WILLIAM L. COLE 

UNITED STATES AR.AIV (1863) 
FOUNDER OF "thE IRISH AMERICAN" 



REV. HARTMANN F. BERNIIARD 

PASTOR 
GRRMAN EA' ANGELICAL T'ROTESTANT NATIVE CHURCH 



THOMAS CULLEN O'SULLIVAN 

LAWYER 
EX-NE"\V \OKK STATE SENATOR 




JOHN C. McGUIRE 



LAWYER. PRES. FRANKLIN SAVINGS SOCIETY. SUPREME PRES. 
CATH. DENEV. LEGION. U. S. SURVPZVOR. I'OKT OF N. V. (1395-98J 





GEN. JAMES McLEER 

DEPUTY TAX COMMISSIONRR 
BRIG. GEN. COMMANDING SECOND BRIGADE, N. G. N. \-. 





DENIS NUNAN 



PATTERSON BROTHERS 
HAKIiWARE, RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH SL'PPLIES 




WILLIAM G. RIXGLER 

tkesident 
george ru.gler 4 co., breivers 



J. EDWARD JETTER 

SECRETARY AND MANAGER 
GEORGE RINGLER & CO., liREWER 



NATHAN STRAUS 

L. STRAUS & SONS, WHOLESALE CHINA. STRAUS MILK STANDS 
R. H. MAC\' 4 CO. AND ABRAHAM 4 STRAUS, DEP't STORES 



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U1I.1.1AA[ Al.LOWAY llEKRINC 

lU'SlNESS MANAGER 
" rut; MAIL AND EXl'RESS" 



FRANK KLl.SWOR'ril rERKINS 

EX-rUliS. ANH EX-VlCE-l'KES. CO KKESl'ON DENTS' CI-L'B OF N. 
NEW -SOKK CORKESPOXnENT "thk BOSTON GLOEiE" 



DR. JOHN FRIEDERICH 

ED. AND TUB. " AMERICAN SWISS GAZETTE," EX-PRES. GERMAN 
PRESS CLUB. 1ST \ ICE-PRES. INTER'l LEAGUE OF PRESS CLUBS 






SERENO STANSRURV PRATT 

EX-fKESll>KNT CORRESrONliHNTS' CLLH OF NEW \ ORIC 
N. V. CORRESPONDENT "PHILADELPHIA PLIU.IC LEDGER* 



C.EORC.E I'RES TON BROWX 

PREMPENT CORKESPONDENTS" CLl•^^ OF NE\V\OK 
NEW \OKK COKRESPONLiENT "iHE CHICAGO CHKi.^Nb 



ROBERT BURNS ARMSTRONG 

SECKET.\RV correspondents' CLUP. OF NEW YORK: 
:EW -^ORK: CORRESPONDENT "THE CHICAGO RECORD* 






THO>LVS HOWARD REILLV 

JOURNALIST 
(NEW VOKK LOKKESrONDENT "THE BOSTON TRANSCRIPT' 



FRANK R. STOCKTON 

ALTHOK AND MAGAZINE WRITER 
'the Rl'DDEK GRANGE," "THE SYNDICATE WAR," ETC., ETC. 



WILLLVM CRAWFORD HIRSCH 

JOl'KKALIST 
N. Y. CORRESPONDENT "PHILADELPHIA E\ENING TELEGRAPH" 



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JAMES D. LEARV 

SHIPBUILDER. PROJECTOR JOGGIN?'' RAFT 
CONSTRUCTOR HARLEM KIVER DRIVEWAY 





ALEXANDER TAYLOR 



BANKER. RETIRED IVIKMBEK N. V. STOCK EXCHANGE 
IDENTIFlia.} WITH MANY II\T ['ORTANl' FINANCIAL MOVEMENTS 



JAMES WILLIAM BOYLE 

WHOLESALE OYSTER MERCHANT 
VICE-PRESIDENT EAST RI\'ER BRIDGE COMMISSION 






JOHN ERNST BRODSKV 

LAWYER 
^lE^iHER NEW YORK ASSEMBLY (i83o-8i-8j AND i8gi) 



JOSEPH FOLGER BARNARD 

LAWYER AND JUDGE 
JUSTICE NEW \(>\ K SUHFME COURT (l8(53-) 



PATRICK JOSEPH SULLIVAN 

CIGAR MANUFACTURER 
PACKER OF LEAF TOUACCO 






BARTHOLOMEW FRANCIS KENNEV 



REAL ESTATE OPERATOR 
ALDERMAN, NEW YORK CITY (1885) 



WILLIAM JAY DUFFY 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE DEl'AKTMENT 
REAL ESTATE BROKER 



HENRY OSCAR COLE 

MASON AND BUILDER 
EX-PRES. bricklayers' AND MASONS' INTERNATIONAL UNION 



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KREDKRICK PARRY MORRIS 

PKlvSinKNT 
THK I.ONl"; ISLANn NItWS COMPANY 



WILLIAM PIGGOT SANDFORD 

PKESIUKNT \VM. P. SANDFORD MFG. CO. 
I'AriiK MANUFACTIIREKS 



WILLIAM IIKNRV WILLIAMS 

GENERAL MANAGER 
THE UNION NEWS COMI'ANY 






ALFRED THOMAS CARROLL 



LAWYKR 

PKESIDENT DRl-ONG-CAKKOLL POWER CO. 



ADOLPH MON.E LESSER, M.D. 

SUKGEON-IN-CHIEF AMERICAN NATION.\L RF_D CKOS.'^ 
EXKCl ri\'E Sl'KGEON, NEW\'OKK RED CROSS HOSPITAL 



JOSEPH BLUMEXTHAL 

ASSEMBL\MAN I 1S73-74, 1SSS-01I. TAX COMMISSIONER (1803-94) 
PRES't CAOnO ASFHALT MINING CO.; MT. 2I0N CEMEIERY 






ULIUS HART 



KKTIRED PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER 
MEM. N. V. CONSOLIDATED STOCK AND PFTROLEUM EXCHVSGE 



FRED C. COCHEU 

SECRETARY 
NASSAU RAILROAD CO^^FANV. BROOKLYN 



JACOB EDWARD BAVSCH 

EX-SECKETARV CENTRAL LABOR INION OF NEW Vl^RK 
CORONER, BOROUGH OF M^NH\TT\N i i5qS-"1 



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WILLIAM HENRY McDONOUGH 

SECRETARY TO MAYOR THOMAS E. GlLRCi" (181,3) 
UNDER SHERIFE, N E \\' YORK' COL!NTY ('18:14) 



EUGENE FRANKLIN O'CONNOR 

LAWVEi; 
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR (i88S-8q) 



JAMES GALAVAY 



COMMISSIONER NEW YORIC FIRE DEPARTIMENT (1866-73) 
RETIRED MERCHANT 






JOHN HENRY McCUOEY 



WILLIAM WATSON NILES 



ASST. SECY. MUNICIPAL CIVIL SEk\"rCE COM. ClSyS-). ASST. LAW^'ER. MEMBER riF ASSEMRLV (1S71-81). MANAGER OF 

POSTMASTER e'KL-\'N (18^3-98). DEfT. TK'EAS. KTNGS CO. (iSgSl IMPEACHMENT OF THE JLUjGES (1S71 I. COm'k F(J K NEW PARKS 



JOHN RICHARD THOMPSON 

MANUFACTURER 
SCJ-inOL COTiIMlSSIONER, BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN (1898-) 






DAVID KROEHLICH 

LUDWIG EAUMANN & COMF'S' AND BAUMA.NN BROS. 
HOUSE FCRMSHrNG*^. FURNITURE AND CARI'ETS 



WALTER LOVERIDGE JOHNSON 

REAL ESTATE OTERATOK AND BUILDER 
FOUNDER OF D\KER HEIGHT^, BROOKI,^'N 



ANDREW FREEDMAN 

PRESIDENT NEW YORK BASEBALL CLUB 
VICE-I'RESIDENT U. S. FIDEI.ITY AND GUARANTEE CO. 



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JULIUS GUSTAV KUGELMAN 

STERN BROS., DRY GOODS 
COMMISSIONER MUNlCiP\L STATISTICS 



ANDREW JOSEPH WHITE 



EDWARD FRAN'CIS KEATING 



P. WHITE S SONS, FERTILIZERS IRON MERCHANT 

FOLICE JUS. N. Y. CITY (l88r-Q3j. N. Y. DOCICCOM. (1893-95) MAXUF'r OF PLUMBEKS', GAS AND STEAMFITTERS' MATERIALS 






JAMES OLIVER 

LAWYER. 5ERGEANT-AT-ARMS DEM. NATIONAL CO-M. (1892-) 

asse:\iely.man', new york: cotxty C1884-85, iSgS) 



FRANCIS JOSEPH LANTRY 

ALDERMAN, CITY OF NEW YORK (1892-Q7) 
COMMJSSIONEK OF CORRECTION (lSg8-) 



JOHN HENRY SELMES 

PRES. AND TREAS. OF THE MITCHELL VANCE COMPANY 
MANUFACTURERS OF GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT FIXTURES 





SAMUEL HARRLS 

S. & I. E. HARRIS 
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS 



JOHN SAVAGE McKEON 

JOHN S. .MCKEON & CO., CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS. EX-PRES. 
UNION LEAGUE CLUB, b'kLYN. TREAS. ROSE ST. PRESBY, CH. 




OSEPH ADDISON WOOLLEY 



MASON & HANSON 
WOOLEN MERCHANTS 



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HENRY P. SAMPERS 

H. P. SAMPERS & CO. 
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS "COL'RRIER DES ^TATS-UNIS 





WILLIAM COGHLAN COZIEI 



NEWSPAPER MAN AND TURF OFFICIAL 
MEMFiER ASSOCIATION CITY HALL REPi.lRTEK 



WILLIAM MAYER 

PRES. NEW YORKER ZEITUNG PUB. AND PRINTING CO. 
PUBLISHERS "new YORKER GERMAN HEROLD " 






EDWARD HEXKV SIIEEHAN 

JOURNALIST 
POLl IICAL WRITER 



JOHN WADDILL McDONALD 

JOURNALIST 
POLITICAL WRITER AND CORRE'^PONDKNT 



ROBERT GRANT DILL, JR. 

NEWSPAPER REPORTER 
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF CITY HALL KEPOJvTERS 






JOHN SIPPLE CALDWELL 

JOUKNALIST AND MUSICIAN 
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF CITV HALL KEP0KTEE5 



JOHN FREDERICK GEIS 

NEWSPAPER WRITER 
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF CITY HALL REPORTERS 



JOSEPH FRANCIS WILLICOMBE 

NEWSPAPER REPORTER 

MEMPER ASSOCIATION OF CITY HALL REPORTERS 



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JOHN WESLEY jACOKUS 

AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY 
ALDERMAN U^T^ Si\ INITED STATES MARSHAL uS\)O-05^ 



NATHAN S. COHEN 



publisher 
"das morgen journal" 




OHN HENRY MuONEY 



SECRETARY BOARD OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS 
EX-TRl'STEE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. EX-COM'r OF ACCOUNTS 




JOHN ALBERT SLEICHER 

EX-ED. ".MAIL AND EXPRESS" AND " ALBANY E\E. JOURNAL " 
JOURNALIST. FD. " LESLIE'S ^YEEKL^"." DIK. JUDGE PUB, CO. 





GEORGE CONKLIN 

PRESIDENT ORANGE COUNT^" MILIC ASSOCIATION 
MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS 





LUIGI ROYERSI, LL.D. 

JOURNALIST. AUTHOR "STATE .AND CHURCH IN ITALY.' 
" L. PALM.\ DI CESNOLA E IL ?.!ETROPOLITAN MUSEUM' 




FEKPIXAXD LEW 

GFUNT MASTER IND. OKPEK SONS OF EE-V.IA.MIN 
COKONES, N. V. CO. USS3-92X REGISTER, N. V. CO. 1,18^3-05^ 



\VILLL\M HAYDEN RUSSELL 

CHIEF ACCOUNTANT 
H. B. CLAFLIN CO>!FANY. WHOLESALE DRY GOO 



CHARLES S. ADLER 

COWMERCI.\L TR_\\'ELER 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY. NEW YO?lK COUNTY yiy^Z—y^') 



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ABRAM C. Dk C;RAW 



MANLFACTUKEK OF MEN S FURNISHINGS 

]\:km['.ek of assembly, kings, count-i" (iSgS-gg) 



CHARLES II. COTTON 

STATIONER. SE\-ENTEEN YEAKS ON KINGS CO. KE1\ GEN. COM. 
ELECTION COMMISSI (.IX KK (1882-C44 |. MEMBER ASSEMBLY (iSl)Q) 



FRANCIS P. GALLAGHER 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. WAR VETERAN (1861-65) 
ME.MBER OF ASSEMBLY, KINGS COUNTY (1806-99) 





THOMAS I. EAKRELL 

S'l EAMI'.i i.Yl iiWNEK 
MKM[;ER OF ASSEMBL\', KINGS COLNTY (iSgS-rjg) 



HARRIS WILSON 

WILSON, BARKER & WILSON, LAWYENS 
JMEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, KINGS COUNTY (iS^j) 




VALENTINE 1. RIEDMAN 



REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 
MhMBER OF ASSEMBLE-, KINGS COUNTY (l8og) 






JOHN McKEOWN 



SUfERYlSOK, KINGS COUNTY (iBqi-Q^) 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLE', KINGS COUNTY (1S95-99) 



CHARLES JUENGST 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBL\', KINGS COUNTY (1899) 



JAiMES J. McINERNEY 

LAWYER 

MEMBER or ASSEMBLY, KINGS COUNTY (iSqq) 



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IIEN'KV A. KAl.L 



WILLIAM LINCOLN SANDLORD 

TOWNSl-ND SAKSATAKll LA C(">MrANV 



EDWARD I.. COLLIER 

Hl'DSrETH & COLI_lEK, L.WViEKS 
MEMBER OF ASSEMML\\ KINGS CmINT^" uSoS-i30> 






lOSELH A. C.LIDER 



Pl'lLDEK. MEMBER MECH\MCS AND TKAPEKS EXCHANGE 
MEMBER OF AS^EM^-L^", KINGS COl'XTV uSo6-OQ^ 




AiCLS r 1". SCUM 10 

Fl'KNinKF \NP INIKKIOK DECORATION 
MEMISFK OF A.<SKM1U\. KlNuS COTNTV (iS^S-^qI 



GEORC.K S1E^L~^ 

KF \L trSTATF AN P INSTKANCF 
MEMBKK OF AS^EMBL^■, KlNCi^ CO.. XTV \ISch^^ 



CHARLES C. ^CHOEXEClv 

EKEN'ET MA'O^ ;JD REGT., X. G. K, Y. 
.'.F>^EER OF AS?EMPL\", KINGS COrXTV vlS^^-i^^^l 



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PATRICK FRANCIS TRAINOR 



GHERARUI DAVIS 



FREDERICK ALONZO WARE 



LA'WYEK. MEMBER ASSEMBLY, 13TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT, NEW DAVIS Sc BROWKE, LAWYERS. MEMBER UNION LEAGUE AND LAWYER. ALDERMAN NEW \OUVi CITY (1895-96-97) 

YORK COUNTY I 1894-96-97-98-gg) REPUBLICAN CLUIlS. MEM. nF ASSEMBLY, N. \. COUNT\- (iSuy) MEMBER OF ASSEMBL-i', 25TH DISTRICT, N. Y. COUNTY ( 1S99) 






DANIEL EDMUND FINN 



LAWYER 

MEMBER NEW YORK ASSEMBLY (18 



-38, 1895-99) 



N. TAYLOR PHILLIPS 

LAWYER. TARIFF AND REVENUE CASES 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COUNTY (1898-99) 



JOHN E. MAHER 

BUSINESS AGENT ASSEMBLY NO. 9114, KNIGHTS OF LABOR 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COUNTY (189S-99) 






JOSEPH WINGENEELD 

brewers' ACCOUNTANT 
MEMBEK OF ASSEMBLY, KINGS COUNTY '1899) 



HERMAN H. TORBERG 

REAL ESTATE 
MEMBEK OF ASSEMriL\', KINf.S COUNTY (1899) 



PATRICK HENRY ROCHE 

MEMBEK OF ASSEMBLY, N. Y. COUNTY (1883-84, '9T-94. '97-99) 
CHAIRMAN INSURANCE COMMITTEE (1893) 



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JOSEril ISAIAII GREEN 

LAWYER. MEMUb'K CONS 11 IL'TION \L CONVENTION (18Q4I 
ME.Mlll-:!-; OF NKNV VOKK STATE ASSEMBLY (1896-97-98-90) 



SAMUEL SCOTT SLATER 

BALDWIN * SLATER, ATTORNEYS. MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, 
N. ^■. COUNTY (1899). PKES. CEN'TK\L REITBLICAN CLUB 



FRANK BULKLEV 



BUILDER AND CONTh:ACTOR 
.lEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COIXTY (iSQgt 






JOSEPH BAUM 



COAL MERCHANT 
MEMRFR ASSEMBLY, NEW ^'OKK! COINTY (iSqo^ 



ROBERT MAZET 

LAWYER. MEMBER NEW YORK ASSEMBLY US07-90I 
CHAIRMAN LEGISLATI\'E I N\'^STIGAT1NG COMMITTEE (iSool 



LEON SAXDERS 

LAWYER. BREWERY AND DISTILLERY CASES 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COUNTY USa9) 






MICHAEL T. SHARKEV 

LAWYER 
MEMHEK OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COUNTY uSool 



TLMOTHV i'. ^L■LLIVAX 

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY. NEW YORK COUNTY (I3Q7-^X)') 
ON COMMITTEE INSUK,\NCE AND PUBLIC PRINTING 



JAMES A. RIERDON 

HAT MANUFACTURER 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK COUNTY \_xS^) 



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Of the City of New York 






CORNELIUS FRANCIS COLLINS 

hWVVKK. i'KESIDliNT DEMUCKATIC UXION (18^5) 

mrmi;i-;r of asse.mbl\', new \'okk coiiNTV (1898-99) 



JOHN F. BRENNAN 

K'EAL ESTATE 
MEniliER MF ASSEMUIA', KEW \'l)I'iK COliNTV (iSgS-Qg) 



BENJAMIN HUFFMAN 

HOFFMAN & HOFFMAN, LA^V^-EKS 
tlEMPEK OF ASSEMBL%', NEW VDKt: COUNTY (iSqS-Qq) 






THOMAS A. MANGIN 

KAILKOAD E:\I1'[.ii'<'EE 
IMKMIiER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW ^'(■■KK COI'NTY (i3ciq) 



CHARLES I'ATRJCK DH.LON 

DILLON & BAKKETT, LAW\'EKS. MAJOR NAt'l G1;aRD N. \'. 
ME.MURR OF ASSEM [■■,L\', NEW YORK COUNTY (1898-gg) 



JOHN 11. FITZGERALD 

rriZGERALD LKOIHEKS ICE CO^^'AN'l■ 
MEMriER 01^ ASSEMDL\', NEW YOUK COUNT\' ( l8g5-gq) 





JOHN POTH, JR. 



LAWYER 
MEMBER OF ASSEMIiLY, NEW YORK COUNTY flSg'j) ' 



GEORGE W. MEYER, JR. 

7\EAL ESTATE 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW ^'ORK COUNTY (i8g6-gg) 




JOHN J. O'CONNELL 



TKESIDENT PLASTERERS' UNION (l8g6-Q8) 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, NEW ^■ORIC COUNTY (l8gg) 



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iiKOKiiE \v. noiic.iriv 



0\STEK IM AN n-K 

uiKMiUvh; OF asm-:miii.\-, iui-:ens coinia" (iSqqI 




NELSON IIERRICK IIKNRV, M.D. 

r'^Li.lXEL-SI'Kr.EON i>N MAJOR GKMiKAL ROE's STAFF 
MEMIiKR OF \SSHM1U\-, NFW ^nl;K COL'^'T^■ (iSjg^ 



CVRUS B. GALE 

REAL ESTATE 

memhek of assp:mbI-"S', qteens coi.-\t\' uSyS-gg) 




JOHN JCtSELII CVCONNOR 

I'OMMKKCIAl. I-NIN lEK 
MKMUKK OI-~ ASSFMIUA", NEW" \OKK ^:Ol■^T^■ I iSoS-i-iu"* 






CHARLES C. WISsEL 

Hi>rEL FKOrRlFTOK 
MEMI^ER OF ASSEMCLV, OTEENS COfNTX' ItJ.j.j) 




jELU S HARL-LRGER 

LAWYER. GKAND MASIKK t. O. K. SONJ^ OF ISRAEL. -ilEMBER 
ASSEMBLY, N. V. CO. I,i3oS-Qq1. EXCISE COM'k N". V. CITY l^lSgst 



JOHN 1. EC.AN 

OFFICIAL KErRESEXTATI\E PRICKL \^■ERS' TNION 37 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBL\", XE>V YORK COUNTY (.iSoS-Oi;}^ 



LOUIS MEI>TER 



JE\YELEK 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, KE\Y YORK COUNTY 1 lS:>0^ 



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Of the City of New York 





DAVID FLOYD DAVIS 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 
NFW YORK STATE SENATOR ( 1 8nn- » 




MAURICE FEATHERSON 

PRESIDENT NEW YORK SAND AND GRAVEL CO. 
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR (1896-99) 



BERNARD F. MARTIN 

ALDERMAN (1882). CORONER (1S83-85). COM. JURORS (1892) 
POLICE JUSTICE (1893-95). STATE SEN.ATOR (1896-99) 






THOMAb H. CULLEN 



THOMAS F. DONNELLY 



TIMOTHY D. SULLIVAN 



DRY GOODS MERCHANT LAWYER M EM . O F ASSEM BLY, N. Y. CO. (1889-95). PROP. DEWEY THEATRE 

ME.M. OF ASSEMBLY (1896-^7-98). N. Y. STATE SENATOR (1899-) MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY (1896-98). N. Y. STATE SENATOR (1899-) NEW \'ORK STATE SENATOR, NEW YORK COUNTY (1896-99) 






JOSEPH WAGNER 

BUILDER A.NDfl CONTRACT OR 
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR (1899-) 



HENRY MARSHALL 

LAWYER 

NEW VOKK A5;SEMEL"\-MAN (l8g6-C|8J. STATE SENATOR fiSQg-) 



MICHAEL JOSEPH COFFEY 

BROOKL^'N ALDERMAN (1868-72, 'S6-93) 
ASSE.MUI.VMAN ( 1S74-75-76, '85 ). STATE SENATOR (1854-) 



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LOUIS MUNZINGER 

MINERAL WATRK M AN U 1- A CTU KK K 
NEW \OKK SI-ATE SENATOK (iggS-QQ^ 



JAMES NORTON 

REAL ESTATE BROKER. EX-SHERIFF 0\~ OVKKKS COl'KI'v 
KX-SU1'T. Ql'KlvNS COIN TV i'DOK. N. V. STATl^: SENA! OK (iSqq-) 



SAMUEL J. FOLEY 

^^EMBER ASSEMBLY {i8qi-(531 

NEW \'dkk: state senator (iSc(6-C)g) 






PATRICK H. McCARREN 

DEMOCKAHIC LEADER 7TH SENATORIAL DIST., NE\VVORK 
ASSEMBLYMAN {1SS2, '83, 'SqI. STATE SEN. (lSgo-03; iSoO-Oot 



JOHN FURD 

JOL'KXALIST AND LAWYER 
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR (iSq(5-Qo) 



\VILLL\M J. LA ROCHE 

PRESIDENT METROPOLITAN HARD\YARE COMPANY 
NEW ■iOKK; STATE SENATOR USqu") 





WILLIAM T. JENKINS M.D. 

HEALTH OFEICEK, PORT OF NEW YOKK USo:;-04l 
HEALTH COMMISi-IONEK, CITY OK NE\V \ORK: (iSoS-t 



ALVAH HUNT DOTV, M.D. 

HEALTH OIFICEK, PORT OF NEW YORK 
EX-MAIOK-SL'RC.EON, NINTH REGIMENT N. G. : 




K'llN JAML^ NEVILLE. M.D. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICL^NS AND SLKGEONS, NE\Y YORK (1S76I 
MEMBER OF COLNTY MEDICAL AND MEDICO-LFGAL SOCIETIES 



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ALBERT J. ELIAS 

PRESIDENT OF THE SEVERAL LINES OWNED BY 
THE THIRD A\'ENUE RAILROAD COMPANY 




TAMES HODGE TAYLOI^ 



JAMES H. TA\'LOR & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF COFFEE 
PRESIUEXT NEW ^OKK COFFEE EXCHANGE 




CHARLES EDMESTON ROBERTSON 



COM. OF EDUCATION, N. V. PRES. SCHOOL b'd, BROOk'n BORO 
TREAS. BROOKLYN LUMBER CO. DIR. SPRAGUE NAT'l BANlv 





REV. WILLIAM C. P. RHOADES, D.D. 

PASTOR MARCV AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH 
PRESIDENT BROOKLYN BAPTIST CHURCH EXTENSION SOCIETY 



WILLIAM McADOO 

MCADOO & MCADOO, LAWYERS. MEM. N. J, ASSEM. (iS/y-So) 
MEMBER OF CONGRESS (1881-90). ASST. SEC'y NAVV (1893-97) 




WALDO HENRY RICHARDSON, M.D. 

physician. COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION, CITY OF NEW YORK 
MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD, MANHATTAN AND BRONX 






HOSEA BALLOU PERKINS 



LITTERATEUR AND ORATOR. FOUNDER WASH. HTS. IMI'. ASS N 
EX-COM. EDUCATION. EX. -PRES. WASH. HTS. CENT L RV CLUB 



EDWARD WILKINS DEWEY 

PRES. bankers' MONEY ORDER ASSO. DIR. MUT. MKRCAN1TLE 
AGENCY. SECRETARY SOCIETY OF MA^'FLOWER DESCENDANTS 



NATHAN TURNER SPRAGUE 

PRESIDENT SPRAGUE NATIONAL BANK, BROOKL\-N 
TRUSTEE CIT\' SAVINGS BANK 



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KOKKRr McCAFKF.RrV 

MOC.WFKKIN- .•; lU CKl KV, AKCll 1 IKC 1"S AND EllL.DE 

mi~\ii;kk ok luupixG con-; commission 



lOUX llALLORAN 



r>KOkEK IN STOCKS AND BONDS 
MEMBER PFMOCKATIC AND NE%V VOKK ATHLETIC CLUBS 



jAME^ j. .MARTIN 

EX-PRESIDEXT NEW ^OKK POLICE COMMISSION 
EX-FKESIDENT TAMMANY HALL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 




GUN IIKRNKV 1>EMAREST, 'Sl.W 



\1SITING THVSICIAN 
MKTKOrOLITAN HOSPITAL, BLACKWELl's ISLANV 





MICHAEL IIENRV HIRSCHBERO 



LAWYER .\>;D judge 
JU'^TICF SITREME COl'RT U So?-^ 



TliADDEU^ MURIARTV 

JORDAN, MOKIAKTY 4 CO. AND JORDAN & MORIARTY, FURNI- 
TURE AND CARPETS. CO>!MISSIONEK EDUCATION. CITY OF N. Y. 






SICMIND RO^E^^VALD 

CAPITALIST 
E. KOSENWALD * PKOTHER, TOPACCO .MERCHANT 



HEXRV F. HAGOERTV 

MEMEEK OF ASSEMBLY, KINGS COUNTS' ^1^^4-5^^ 
USTICE SrECL\L SESSIONS V1S9I-96I. KEGlSTEi!; ^I^oS-Ov'' 



EPAVARD AVILLIAM HART 

COKONEK. BOROUGH OF M-\NHATTAX i^lS-^-'l 
ASSEMBLYMAN, SEYEXTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT >lS^>D-<i7> 



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WILLIAM CANTINE DE WITT 

COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. AUTHOR OF THE ORIGINAL DRAFT 
OF THE GREATER NEW \'OKK CHARTEU 



HENRY CRUISE MURPHY INGRAHAM 

COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 
PRESIDENT BROOKLYN BAR AS50CL\TI0N 



EDWARD HARMON HOBBS 



HOBBS & GIFFORD 






JOHN FRANCIS DOYLE 



GARRET JAMES GARRETSON 



LAW^'ER. PRESIDENT REAL ESTATE BOARD OF BROKERS QUEENS COUNIV JUDGE (13S6-96J 

VICE-I'KES. REAL ESTATE EXCH. DIR. U, S. SAVINGS BANK GREATER X. V. CHAKr"ER COM. (1896). JUSTICE SUP. CT. (iggy-) 



CHARLES DENIS INGERSOLL 

COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 
UNITED STATES LOAN COMMISSIONER 






ABRAHAM LINCOLN JACOBS 

A. L. ft S. F. JACOBS 
COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW 



JAMES EDWARD GRAYBILL 



GRAVBILL & KEILE'i", LAWYERS 
I'RES. N. Y. S. COM, ATLANTA EX. STATE LEAGUE DEMO. CLUBS 



NELSON JARVIS WATERBURY 

COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 
SfECIAL COUNSEL FOR CITY IN AQUEDUCT BKi mIEEDINGS 



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OLIVKR HAZARD rKRRV BELMONT 

F0KM1-:kI,\' Ol-~ ALGl'ST BKLMON'T A CO.. BANKERS 
I'KESIDENT OK THE \ KKD1CT CO. CATITALISr AND STATESMA 



PERCIVAL KUHNE 

KNAUTH, NACHOD * kOhNE 
BANkERS 



JAMES ALOXZO BLAIR 



BLAIR &. CO. 
BANKERS 




REV. ClIARl.KS WESl-EV MILLARP, I'u.D. 

PRESiniNG ELDER NEW NOKK DISTRICT 
MEl'MOnlST EPL^COl'AL CHIRCH 





OSETH DECATUR BRVAXT, M.D. 



Sl'KGEON. Sl'RGEON GENERAL N. G. N. V. (lSSj-u4^ 
HEALTH C0:\1MISS10NEK C1T^- OF NEW YORK \1SS7-y3i 



REV. JOHX GREE-XWOOD RACCHUS, D.D. 

RECTOR 
THE CHTRCH OF THE LNCAKNATION VEFISCOFAL^ BROOKLET* 






COL. JAMES HENRY MORGAN 



SEC'V GENEKAL MILITARY ORDER OF FOREIGN WARS. U. S. 
GEN. SPECIAL AGENT NORTHWESTERN MITUAL LIFE INS. CO. 



FRED RRIGGS DALZELL 

FRED B. DALZELL * CO. 
TOWING AND TRANSPORTATION 



PHILIP RHINELANDER 

FIN.\N"C1EK 
TRL'STFE OF ESTATES 



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COL. JOHN LANSING BURLEIGH 



DAVID SAMUEL STEWART 



STEPHEN WILLIAM McKEEVER 



LAWYER. COLONEL U. S. VOLUNTEERS (1861-65) REAL ESTATE. LAST PKES. BROOKLYN BOARD OF ALDERMEN PLUMBER AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

MICHIGAN STATE SEN. (iSyy-ytj ). ALD. BORO. BROOK'n (1898-) ALDERMAN, BOKOUGH OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK CITY (l8g8-) ALDKK'MAN, BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN, NEW ^'ORK CITY {1898-) 






GEORGE AN1»KK\V BUKKELL 

BURRELL & CORR, UM I'.lvT'K.T.A TiT AN L'FACTURERS 
ALDERMAN, MANHAT'n (l8g8-). CHm'n LAW CO.M., ALDERMEN 



THOMAS FRANCIS WOODS 

MASTER HORSE SHOER 
[■RESIDENT BOARD OF ALDERMEN (l3g8-) 



JAMES HAMILTON McIXNES 

BUTLER, SHELDON & CO., BOOK PUBLISHERS 
ALDERMAN. BOKOUGH OF BROOK:L^■N (1898-99) 






JOHN PHILIP KOCH 



INSL'RANCE ADJl'STER 
ALDER.MAN, MANHAl IA\ liMROl/GH (18^8-) 



ELIAS (iOODMAN 



JOHN T. McCALL 



PRESIDENT ALLIED POLI'IJCAL CLUBS SUPERINTENDENT EVENING TELKGRAM ' 

ALDERMAN, N.V. CITY (1895-97) ; MANH.\TTAN BOKOUGH (l8g8-) DEM. LEA HER BD. OF ALDEKM EN. ALDERMAN, 28TH DIS. (1897-) 



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THOMAS FRANCIS .McCAUL 



I. HERMAN, ROKOL'CH OF M AN'TI ATTAN {iSoS-) 




ROBERT ^ruH 

ALDEKH1AN, CITY NEW YORK (189^-94-07) 
CHAIRMAN FINANCE COMMITTEE BOARD OFAl.DEKMEN (1S9S-) 



JOHN STEPHEN RODDV 



PAINTER AND DECORATOR 
ALDERMAN, BOBOL'GH OF MANHATTAN (iSqS-) 






miciial;i. iKDWT rii 

l.lia'TENANT AND C0MM1SS\K\', IKISII XOLINVEERS 
Al-nKKM\N nOROlGH OF MVNHAPIAN USqS-) 



\VILL1AM HENRY GLEDHILL 

WAt-L I'AI'EK MANTFACTURER 
VlCK-rRESIDFNT MANHATTAN BOARD OF ALPEKMEN (iSqS-) 



DENNIS JOHN HARRINGTON 

REAL ESTATE 
ALDERMAN. EOKOrCH OF M ANH ATTAN 1 iSoS*) 






TOSETH EinVARD WELLING 

HOTEL PROTRIETOK 
ALDERMAN, BOKOIGH OF MANHATl^AN USoS-) 



CHARLES METZGER 

PIANO MANl'FACTUKER 

ALDERMAN. BOKOLGH OF MANHATTAN U^oS-"^ 



JOSEPH ANDREW FLINN 

TKANSFORTATION AND TRANSFER AGENT 
ALDERMAN. MANHATTAN EOKOUGH ilScS- 



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MATTHEW EDWARD DOOLEY 

MASTER PLUMBER 
ALDERMAN, ROROI.'GH OF BR0OK-L^'N dScjS-) 



JACOB JOSEPH VELTON 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 
ALPRRMAN, BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN (1S98-) 



JOHN THOMAS McMAHON 

MASTER PLUMBER 
ALDERMAN, BOROUGH OF IVfANHATTAN (iSgQ-) 




PATRICK HENRY KEAHUN 

TRUCKMAN 
ALDFR!\tAN, BOROUGH OF IvL\NHATTAN fiSqS-) 





JACOB D. ACKERMAN 

TRANSFER AGENT FALL RIVER LINE 
KRMAN, TlOK'OI'GH OF BKfiriKLYN {iSqS-Qq). '^ OCT, , iSqq 



JAMES J. SMITH 

HOTEL KEEPER 
ALDERMAN, BOROircH OF ALXNHATTAN (l8g8- 






JOSEPH OATMAN 

REAL ESTATE AGENT AND BROKER 

Al.nEF<VAN, BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN fl3g8-) 



JOHN JONES VAUGHAN, JR. 

EX-SHERTFF OF RICHMOND COUNTY 
ALHEKMAN, BOROUGH OF RICHMOND (1898-) 



LOUIS MINSKY 

WHOLESALE DRV GOODS MERCHANT 
ALDERMAN, ROROUCH OF MANirATTAN (l8g8-) 



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EDWARD OWEN 



MAJOR JOHN 13UTTERFIELD HOLLAND 



COL. DAVID SEYMOUR BROWN 



COJI. N. V. CONFED. CAllP. N. V. COMMIS. OF ACCOUNTS (1898-) MAJOR A. D. C, GEN. ROE'S STAFF, N. G. N. Y. CAFT. 22D REGT. N. V. V. (l 862). LT. COL. 22D REGT. N. G.dSys) 

WE^[. EXEC. CO.\I., SOUTh'n SOC. SEC. ASSOC. SOUIH'n DEM'tS SFC\-. DEWE^' LAND FARADE AND DECORATIONS COMMFriEE TREASURER MEMOKFAL CO^IMITTEE G. A. R. 






WILLIAM FRANCIS SCHNEIDER, JR. 

L.AW\ER. ALDER.\LAN, BOROUGH OF ^F'\NHATTAN (i8g8-) 
ACCOUNTANT, H. E. CLAFLIN CO., WHOLES.\LE D R \' GOODS 



JAMES OWENS 

CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY 
ALDKRMAN, 27TH DISTRICT (1893-94) 



HENRY GEIGER 

G1-:'.>CER 
lLDERMan, bokocgh of the crcnx (iSgS-) 






EMIL NEUEELD 

COAL DEALER 
LPERMAN, BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN (r 



FRANK HENNESSY 

REAL ESTATE 
ALDERMAN, H(i[;ni_;GH OF BROOKLYN (18 



PATRICK SYLVESTER KEELY 

LIME MANUFACTURER 
ALDERMAN, BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN (1898-) 



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THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 

Of the City of New York 






HERMAN SULZER 

MANAGKR AND TREAS. HAKLEM KIVEK PARK AMUSEMENT CO. 
TAMMAN\- LEADER. COUNCILMAN, BOR. OF M AN H ATTAN'(l8g8-) 



CHARLKS UENRV FRANCISCO HARRY C. HART 

ALDEKMAN, CITV OF BROOKLYN (1896-97) MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS 

LMAN, 6th DIST., BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN (iSgS-igoi) COUNCILMAN, BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN, ClI Y OF \ K \V -I'ORK 





J(JHX JAMES Mr{.;ARRV 

REAL ESIA'I F AXO ]-IN'\NCIKK 
COL'NCILMAN, Ln.iNOLGH OF BI^OOK'n, L IT-*' Ul" N. ^■. (iSgS-tgoi 



JAMES JAY COOGAN 

rRESIUENT BUl«'OUGH OF MANHATTXN 
Cl iNSOLiriATED CITY O ]■■ NEW \OKK (l8gq- 




OSEFH FRANCES O'GRADY 



RliAL ESTA'IE 
L'NCELMAN, BOROUGH OF ICICHMOND (iSgS-) 






MICHAEL C. FAJtDEN 



SERCE-^NT-AT-AK.M^ 
^lUNICIPAL COUNCIL CHAMP.EK 



'ni(.i.\E\S PKANCIS FOLEY 

LI'^>roK MFKCHANT 
OL'NCILMAN, BOIvOlGH OF ^TANHAT^AN (l8q8-) 



NICIiOLAS jUSEFIl HAVES 

DEPUTY CITV CLERK (1898-) 
EX-ASSISTANT CLERK SUPKEME COURT 



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Of the City of New York 



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FRANCIS V. WILLIAMS 

EX-.\LDFRM\N OF BKOOKLVX. U. S. KLECTOKAL COL. (iSoyV^ 
SUPT, PE THK COOPER GLV\~. FAC. COL NCILMAN, N.V. (lSgS-luOl"l 



GEORiiL BERNARD CHRISTMAN 

. H. CHKISTMAN MFC. CO., DOON:? AND TRIMMINGS, EUlLDlNc., 
ilAlHKlALS. C0L'N'C[L:\1AN, BOK. OF IMANHAI'TAN (,1898-1901) 



ADAM HENRY LEICH 

;<FAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. EX-ALDERMAN OF BROOKLYN) 
COCN'CIL-MAN, CITY OF N. Y. , BOR. OF BROOKL"\"N US9S-I901) 





RENJAMIN JELLLR^ON RODINE 

EX-COrNTV SLIEKINTENDENT OF TOOK, KICHIMPND CO. 
COUNCILMAN, CITV OF N. N.. BORO. OF RICHMOND (iSoS-lOOll 



ELC.ENE ALONZO WISE 

TRAINM \STEK MANHATTAN ELE\"ATED R.\ILKOAD 
COLNClLM\N, BOKOl GH OF M.\NHATTAN llSjS-IOOll 




JUSELH LA^SIDV 

FLORIST 
COL'NCILMAN. BOROUGH OF <;iUEENS (.iSgS-I.jOI » 






LA TRICK JOSEPH RYDER 

M.-VSTER PLUMBER AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR 
COUNCILMAN, BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN (.iS^S-IQOll 



C-EORC-E H. DlCKIN^ON 

JOURNALIST 
EX-MANAGING EDITOR "tHE EVENING TELEGKA^C 



HENRY NILK^ KELLOGG 

JOURNALIST. EX-PUBLISHEK "BROOKLYN CITIZEN"' 
CIRCULATION MANAGER " NEW YORK HER.\LD " 



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THE DEWEY RECEPTION COMMITTEE 

Of the City of New York 






MAJOR S. ELLIS liRIGGS 

CAI^TAIN 22D REGIMENT N. C. N. Y. (1870-76) 
CnMMAVniN'G THE OLD Gt'AKD, CITY OF NEW MJKK 



CHARLES HENRY HEYZER 

NEW YORK CUSro.M HOUSE 
LIEUTENANT OLD GUARD. EX-LIEl'T. N. G. N. W 



CAPT. ALONZO TUTTLE DECKER 

LUMBER DEALER. CAPT, AND COMm'y OLD GUARD. E\-F'KES. 
ANDERSON\TLLE SUTiv's. FAST COM. PHIL KEARNEY rOST. G.A.R. 






COL. WINFIELD SCOTT JM<OSKEY 



REAR ADMIRAL ISANCROFT GHERARDI LIE UT. COL. THOS. JOSEPH O'DONOLIUE 



CHIEF OF ORDNANCE OF FLORIDA. ENGINEER. INVENTOR MIDSHIPMAN I1846). RKAR ADMIRAL RETIRED {18Q4) 

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JOSEPH J. O DONOHUES SONS, COFFEE MERCHANTS 
1.IEI.IT. COL. A. A. G., 5TH BRIGADE N. G. N. Y. 






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GOVERNOR THEODORE ROOSPA'ELT GOIXO TO P.(jARD THE OLYMPLV TO WELCOME AD>nRAL DEWEY 

nX HIS ARR1\"AI. IN NF.W '.TiRK IIMniliR 



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THE UROOKLYX HKIDGE, OVER THE EAST Kn-ER, AS IT APPEARED lU'RIXG THE NIGHTS OF SEPTEMBER 2S, 29 AND 30, l«l9 
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New York's Official Reception 



The Granhest Welcome e\er Gi\"en to a Xaiton's Hero 



PRKLI.MIXARY RECEPTIONS 



UNDER bright warm skies, flecked by 
fleecy clouds, the people of the great city 
of New York gave on September 27, 2S, 
20 and 30, iSgi), a gladsome and hearty wel- 
come to Admiral George I 'ewew the hero oi 
Manila Baw The demonstration during these 
four days was the most imposing and enthusi- 
astic ever seen in this country, and the scene 
can be compared only with those occurring m 
London during Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 
1S97. It is estimated that 3,500,000 persons 
participated in the Dewey Reception on land 
and water, as actors or spectators, nearly 
1,000,000 i-if these coming from the cities, towns 
and \'inages in other States of the Union. 
The official ceremonies during Eriday and 
Saturday, September 20 and 30, were impres- 
sive and picturesque, and but few accidents 
marred the occasion. 

The Admiral had promised that his flag- 
ship, the Olvmpki, should arrive in New York 
waters on Thursday, September 2S, but as he 
surprised the Spaniards at Manila, so he took 
the City Reception Committee unawares by 
passing Sandy Hook at daybreak of Tuesday, 
September 26, receiving a hasty and unusual 
salute from the fomiidable batteries jilaccd at 
that strategic point. His unexpected arrival, 
however, made certain and secure all of the 
arrangements for the reception on sea and land, 
and also gave full opportunity for piresentation 
of messages of welcome from the President of 
the United States and the Secretary of the 
Naw. There were also formal visits to the 
Admiral by Governor Theodore Roosevelt, who 



tendered him a welcome in behalf of the State 
of New York; bv Major tleneral Nelson A. 
Jliles, commanding the United States Army; 
and by JIaior General AVeslev Jlerritt, cinn- 
manding the Military Department of the East. 
Admiral Dewey also exchanged visits of cere- 
mony with Rear Admiral Henry L. Howison, 
commanding the South Atlantic Squadron; 
Rear Admiral William T. Sampson, command- 
ing the Nortli Atlantic Squadron; and Rear 
Admiral John W. Philip, commanding at the 
Brooklyn Navy Yard. A delegation from the 
Municipal Reception Committee, consisting of 
St. Clair JIcKelwav, Senator Chauiicey M. 
De]iew, General Howard Carroll, Richard 
Croker, Secretaries Warren W. Foster and 
Alfred M. Downes, and Ex-Assistant Secretary 
of the Navy William JIcAdoo, also called on 
the Admiral and explained the details of the 
official reception arrangements. 

At an earlvhour on Wednesday, September 
27, the Olympia left her anchorage in the Horse- 
shoe, near the New Jersey Highlands, and 
steamed up the ba\- to the naval rendezvous oft' 
Tompkinsville, Staten Island. Rear Admiral 
Howison's flagship, the Cliieago, had just 
reached her anchorage after a very long voyage, 
and received the customary s;ilutes from Rear 
Admiral Sampson's fleet, when the heavy 
batteries at Fort Wadsworth and Fort Hamilton 
opened fire with seventeen guns each as the 
Olympia approached, in honor of the ranking 
officer of the American Navy All of the war 
vessels at anchor followed suit as the Olympia 
approached, being joined by the Governor's 
Island batteries. For nearly an hour the morn- 



ing air was rent by the deafening detonations 
of these guns on land and water, the return 
salutes of the Oh'mpia being lost in the general 
clamor. Many yachts also fired salutes, and 
there were guns fired on the New Jersey shore, 
while e\"er\- steamboat and tug within hailing 
distance added to the uproar by long and pierc- 
ing steam whistles. Then followed the cere- 
monial visits already mentioned. 

THE CITY'S AYELCOME 

At sunrise on Friday, September 29, the bay 
and harbor of New York became brilliant with 
color, for every vessel in port was early decked 
\\nth flags and signals. Along the shore of Bay 
Ridge lay some eighty steam yachts waiting 
for the time to form column and join the marine 
escort to the Olympia on her passage up the 
N\irth River to a final anchorage oft' the Grant 
Tomb. Each yacht was dressed in bunting 
from mast-head to water-line, every tint in the 
rainbow being presented as the flags fluttered 
in the bright sunshine. At the city ^yharves 
and docks on both sides of the North and East 
Rivers all of the shippiing began to hoist a 
multitude of flags and ensigns The steam- 
ships of all the foreign and domestic lines were 
particularly itoticeable for their brilliant dis- 
play of bunting. The American, the Red Star, 
the Holland-America, the Quebec, the Phoenix, 
the North Gennan Lloyd, the W. R. Grace ^: Go's 
^Merchants' Line, the New York and Cuba, the 
Plant, the Hamburg- American, the Panama, 
the Scandinavian- American, the Atlas, the 
White Star, the Starin, the Arrow, the 
Mallorv, the Anchor, the Clvde, the French 



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THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

In the City of New York 



Line, the Havre, the Hayti, the Halifax, the 
Cunard. the Cornell, the Portu Rico and all 
the other companies vied with each other in 
making- a holiday display on their steamships 
and piers. All excursion steamboats prepariiii^ 
fur passengers who intended to join the water 
parade were actually canopied with flags and 
streamers, while every tug and sailing vessel 
contributed to the wealth of color. From all 
lofty buildings (..f the city waved the Stars and 
Stripes, adding greater beauty to the inspiring 
scene. "Old Gl<.)ry " was in its full glory, and 
the sun never shone on a more animated or 
magnilicent spectacle. The strong breeze kept 
every tiag in motion; the air was crisp, though 
warm, and the prospect of a clear, fine day 
delighted the many thousands who pri>posed 
taking part in the grand water parade or view- 
ing it from the banks of the North River. 

At a very early hour immense throngs of 
spectators began assembling at all vantage 
points on the water side. On Bay Ridge, 
Staten Island, the Battery, and every wharf 
on both sides of the Hudson River there were 
gathered many thousands, while the New 
Jersey cliffs and the slopes of Riverside Drive 
w^ere dense with joyous spectators, all waiting 
for the marine pageant. ( >n every command- 
ing housetop in New York there were other 
thous^inds. The Chesebrough, the Washington, 
the Bowling Green, the Empire, the Standard 
<Jil, the Washington Life, the St. Paul, the 
Dun, the New York Life and other towering 
downtown structures had each its quota of 
spectators, and all the way up town these masses 
of people were to be seen on all the loft}- roofs. 

The Mayor's steamboat, the vSandy H(.)ok, 
left pier A, North River, at ii o'clock. Among 
the Mayor's guests on board were: 

Governor (ieor^e Wesley Atkinson, of West Vir- 
.t^inia, and staff : Brigadier ("ienerals John W. M. Apple- 
tun (Adjutant General), Thomas E. Davns, Arnold C. 
Suherr, S. H. Baker; Colonel Richard E. Fast, Com- 
mandant Corps of Cadets, West Virginia University; 
Colonels Morris Herkheimer, John D. Hewitt, Joseph 
L. Heury, and William E. Crooks, Aides-de-camp; 
Governor Benton ;Mc:\Iillin, of Tennessee, and staff; 
Adjutant General H. C. Lamb, Surgeon General L 
E. Burch, Colonels R. H. Bartlett, I. C.Gordon, N. G. 
Robertson, D. A. Edwards, J. F. McNutt, P. A. Haw- 
kins, J. M. Davis and J. C. Barber; Governor Heber 
M. Wells and staff of Utah ; Governor Daniel L. Russell 
and Adjutant General C. M. Cook, of North Carolina ; 
Governor Edward C. Smith and Adjutant General 
T. S. Peck, of Vermont; Governor Asa S. Bushnell 
and Adjutant General H. A. Axline, of Ohio; Gov- 
ernor De Forest Richards, of Wyoming ; Adjutant 
General William II. Henry, of Mississippi ; Go\'ernor 
William A. Stone, of Pennsylvania, and staff; Adjutant 
General Thomas J. Stewart, Lieutenant Colonel Ezra 
H. Ripple, Assistant Adjutant (ieneral ; Colonels Frank 
G. Sweeney, B. Frank Eshleman, Thomas Potter, fr., 
John V. Shoemaker (Surgeon General), Frank K. Pat- 
terson and Sheldon Potter; Lieutenant Colonels 
George M. Plallstead, James Elverson, jr., Thomas ]. 
Keenan, Jr., James M. Reid, Harry C. Trexler, A. 
Frank Seltzer, Charles C. Pratt and J. Milton Taylor; 
Governor JL B. McSweeney, of South Carolina," an<l 
staff; Adjutant General J. W. Floyd, Colonels W. C. 
Mauldin, W. B. Wilson, J. F. Folk, George D. 
Tillman, Jr., M. X. Gunter, and L. J. Bristow ; 
Lieutenant Colonels H. Fay Gaffney, W. C. Plough, 
C. J. Redding, August Kohn, E. J. Watson, <.ieorge 
Rembert and A. G. Pearce ; Go\-ernor Ebe W. Tunnell 
and yVdjutant General Garret S. Hart of Delaware; 
Go\-crnor Elisha Dyer, of Rhode Island, and his Ad- 
jutant (ieneral Fred'eric M. Sackett ; Adjutant General 
Allen Jumel, General J. B. A'inet and Justice Jifse^jh A. 
Beaux, of Louisiana; Randolph Guggenheimer. ['res- 
ident of the Municipal Council ; Thomas F. Woods, 
President of the Board of Aldermen; John T. Oakley, 
Vice-President of the Council ; Mr. and Mrs. Augustus 
'\''an W\"ck, Homer Lee, Tax Ci'immissioner T. L. 
Feitner, H. H. Brock way, Richard Croker, Lewis 
Nixon, flavor Carter Harrison of Chicagr., (ieneral 
Daniel P.utterfield. Chairman of the Dewey Hxecuti\-e 
Committee; President and Mrs. Seth Low. Archbishop 
(iorrigan. ex-Go^■emo^ James E. Campbell of Ohio, 
John C. Calhoun, Robert'B. Roosevelt. Adolph S. Ochs, 
Nathan Straus, 3Irs. Timothy L. Woodruff, Father 
Conway, Corporation Counsel John Whalen, Waiter 
Damrosch, Justice James Fitzgerald, Edward Lauter- 
bach, Henry L. Watterson of Kentucky, Admiral 
;>ri]]er, ex-Assistant Secretary of the Navy William 
McAdoo, Congressman Amos J. Cunimings, "William 
Brookfield, Justice Charles F. MacLean, St. Clair 
McKeUvav, Warner A'an Xorden, Warren W. Foster, 
jnhn H. Starm, Senator Chaimcey M. Depew, Presi- 



dent E. M. trTrout of l-Srooklyn, President Louis F. 
Haffen of the Bronx, I'resident (ieorge Cromwell of 
Richmond, President Frederick Bowley of (Jueens, 
Job E. Hedges, James Still man, Ex-Commissioner 
William Berri, Colonel and Mrs. J. R. Willis of 
Mississippi, Councilmen Joseph Cassidy, Adolph C. 
Hottenroth, Frank J. (.Tbodwin. Stewart M. Hrice 
and Adam H. Leich, Police President Bernard J, York, 
Police Commissioner John B. Sexton, John V. Carroll, 
Peter F. Meyer, Congressman Nicholas ^MuUer, C<<mp- 
troller Bird Sim Coler, Emanuel Blumenstiel, William 
R. Hearst, Commissioners Maurice F. Holahan, John 
L. Shea, and Charles H. Knox, Lieutenant fiovern<ir 
Timothy L. W<.odruff. ex-IMav'-ir William L. Strong, 
Colonel William L. Brown, Hon. Silas I-j. Dutcher. 
Herbert F. Gunnison, Judge Rufus B. Cowing, James 
Shevlin, Neuville ( ). Fanning, ex-Comptroller Theo- 
dore W. ]\rvers, ex-Supervisor William J. K. KennN', 
ex-Mayor David A. Boody, Vernon M. Davis, ex- 
Mayor Hugh J. (rrant, General Howard Carroll, John 
P. Kane, William Cullen L^rvant, General William C. 
Wallace, ex-^Mayor Charles A. Schieren, Murat Hal- 
stead, warship builder Charles W. Cramp, Gen. Wil- 
liam S. Shallenberger, Second Assistant Postmaster 
General, and others. 

All of Admiral Dewey's immediate relatives who 
were in the city (excepting his son George, who was 
on board the Olympia) were also on the Sandy Hook, 
as follows : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. 
C. Robert Dewev, Mrs, Kate Dewev Squire, Air. 
and Mrs. McCuen", Mr. and Mrs. F. J. H'owland, Lieut, 
and Mrs. Theodore (t. Dewey, George P. Dewey, 
William T. Dewev, J'^mes F. Dewev, Mr. and Airs. 
James L. Alartin and Mr, and Mrs. 'Edward Wilkins 
Dewev. 

The vSt^ite boat was the Monmouth. Gov- 
ernor Theodore Ro* >sevelt was attended by 
Adjutant General A very DeLano Andrews, 
Colonel George C. Treadwell, his military sec- 
retary, and aides-de-camp Lieutenant Colonels 
William H. Chapin, Harry H. Treadwell, Cap- 
tains William Littauer, F. Norton Goddard, 
David S. Iglehart, George A. Wingate, James 
M. Andrews; Lieutenants Adrian W. Mather, 
Robert K. Prentice and J. Wray Cleveland. 
The Naval Militia was represented by Captain 
Jacob W. Miller, Lieutenant Commander Fry, 
and Lieutenants \7inderbilt and Anderson. 

Senator Proctor and ex-Lieutenant Gover- 
nor Nelson W. Fiske, of Vermont, were also 
l>resent as guests of the Governor, and among 
the other prominent personages in the party 
were Congressmen Payne, Littauer, and 
O'Grady, Comptroller Morgan, ex-Comptroller 
Roberts, State Engineer and Surveyor Bond, 
Superintendent <.)f Public Works Partridge, 
Judge W. J. Gaynor, Judge E. P. Coyne of 
Livingston, S. Fred Nixon, Speaker of the As- 
sembly, and Assemblymen Allds and Palmer, 
the Republican and Democratic leaders of that 
body. The Govcrnf.ir's family were on the 
tug Governor Flower. Governor Foster M. 
Voorhees, of New jersey, and staff, were on 
board the United States ship Portsmouth, the 
training ship of the Naval Reserve of New 
Jersey. 

THE OFFICIAL VISITS 

On arrival at the naval anchorage Mayor 
Van Wyck paid a visit of ceremony to the 
Olympia, being accompanied by his Secretary, 
Alfred M. Downes, and President Guggen- 
heimer of the Council and President Woods of 
the Aldermen. The visitors were escorted bv 
Admiral Dewey to his cabin, where the Mayor 
delivered his speech of welcome. He said: 

" Admiral Dc we\-— With pleasure and by the direc- 
tion of the city of New York, I meet you at her magniri- 
cent gateway to extend to you in her name and of her 
million visitors, leading citizens of forty-five States, 
representing almost e\'ery hamlet in the nation, a most 
cordial welcome, congratulating you upon being re- 
stored to family and home. 

"A loving and grateful nation is gladdened by your 
safe return from the m(»st remarkable \'oyage of 
history : so far-reaching in its results that the clearest 
mind cannot yet jDcnctratc the distance. It has already 
softened the voice of other natirms in speakingof ours; 
changed permanently tlic map (if the world ; enlarged 
the field of American pride and completed the circle of 
empire in its western course, 

"Your courage, skill and \\'isdom, exhibited in a 
single naval engagement of a few hours, brought 
victory to your country's arms, and then j'ou dealt 
with your countr%''s new relations to the world with 
tlic judgment of a trained diplomat. B>' conmion 



consent vou have been declared warrior and states- 
man — one who wears the military uniform until the 
enemy surrenders, and then dons the liabit of the 
diplomat. 

'' The greatest reception awaits you that was e\'er 
tendered to military or civil hero, Such an outpouring 
of the people was never dreamed of before. Never 
has the heart of America turned with such perfect 
accord and trusting confidence to one of her sons as it 
does to vou. 

'' I place at your disposal the freedom and unlimited 
hospitality of the city of New York." 

Admiral Dewey, deeply affected by the 
^Mayor's glowing words, replied: 

"Mr. ilayor and (xentlemen— Of course it would be 
needless for me to attempt to make a speech, but my 
heart appreciates all that you have said. How it is 
that you have overrated me so much I cannot under- 
stand. It is beyond anything I can conceive of wh}' 
there should be such an uprising of the country. I 
simply did what any na\'al captain in the service would 
have done, I belie\'c." 

Then, noticing the Mayor's stenographer, 
the Admiral exclaimed: 

" Oh, you don't want to take my speech; I couldn't 
make a speech worth reporting." 

'^ Admiral," said the Mayor, "no tongue can ever 
utter or pen write an overestimate of what you did for 
your country. The City of New Y'ork has had made 
to commemorate this reception to you. the hero of the 
Spanish-American war, a badge, a fac-simile of which 
they desire I should present to you in commemoration 
of the event." 

" How beautiful !" exclaimed the Admiral, bending 
over the sparkling badge of gold and diamonds. 
"How magnificent! How splendid! Oh, that is too 
beautiful ! Here, Sing," to his Chinese attendant, 
" now pin that there, sir, so it won't drop off." 

On leaving the Olympia Ma3'or Van Wyck 
was saluted by the guard at the gangway. 
Admiral Dewey then returned the ceremonious 
visit required by naval etiquette, and all was 
ready for the grand water parade, which was 
to escort the war fleet to its new anchorage in 
the North River. 



THE WATER PARADE 

Weighing anchor on signal at the hour of 
noon, the war ships moved in stately line up 
the bay. Silent and grim, with only the regu- 
lation flags flying, these powerful and battle- 
tried vessels steamed through the gaudily 
decked assemblage of peaceful craft that were 
to fall in line behind and form the escort, which 
then moved in the following order: 

Police boat Patrol 

Fireboats New Yorker and Van Wyck 

Sandy Hook, fiying the flag of the Citv of New \''ork 

Armored cruiser Olympia, flagship of Admiral Dewey, 

blue flag with four stars 

New York, armored cruiser, flagship of Rear-Admiral 

Sampscm, red flag with two stars 

Indiana, battleship, first class 

Massachusetts, battleship, first class 

Texas, battleship, second class 

Brooklyn, armored cruiser 

Lancaster, gunnery ship, type of old navy, of the 

Harttord class 

Marietta, gunboat 

Scorpion, auxiliary cruiser 

Chicago, protected cruiser, flagship of Rear Admiral 

Howison, blue flag with two stars 

Torpedo boats Porter, Dupont, Ericsson, Winslow 

and Cushing 

Revenue cutters Manning, Algonquin, Gresham, 

Windom and Onondaga 

Transports Sedgwick, McPherson and McClellan 

Missouri, hospital ship 

Steamer Monmouth, flying flag of the State of 

New York 

Si.y: Vessels of New York Naval Militia, Capt. Jacob 

William Miller, commanding 
Official boats of the city : General Slocum and Glen 
Island, having on board the General Municipal 
Reception Committee ; the Mount Hope, the War- 
wick and the Mat tea wan, carrying tlie legisla- 
tive branch of the City (Government, the heads of 
City Departments, ofllicial visitors and out-of-town 
representatives of the press 

KSCORTIKi; COLUMN 

Steam yachts, under command of Commodore John 

■ Pierpont Morgan, of the New York Yacht Club 

The Corsair, flag.ship. Commodore Morgan 

Sfai'board Column 
The Erin— Sir Thomas Lipton. 
The Nourmahal— Col. John Jacob Ast'ir. 
The .Sapphii'c— Am/,i L. Barber. 
The Kanawha— John P. I.)uncan. 
The Erl King— A. J. Moxham. 
The Narada— Hcnrv Walters. 
The Sultana— John 'R. Drexel. 
The Sagamore— |ohn H. Hanan. 
The Felicia-E. \V. 1-iliss. 



THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

In the City of New York 



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THb: I'LAC.Sllll' OV TllK I'lJ^ET; AND Till-: SAXDY lH.)OK— THIC OlT'lClAL lU.iAl 
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The IMarietta— Harrison R. Moore. 

The Susquehanna— Joseph ytickney. 
Tlie Euy-enia— I. (r.Vassatt. 
The Black Peaii— Kdwin H Sheldon. 
The Rahda — den. Sainuel Thomas. 
The Telka— Kvans R. Dick. 
The Enterprise — W. S. Leeds. 
The Elrcba— H. Darlini^ton. 
The Mindora— tiardiner K. Clark, |r. 
The Wild Duck— Uen. Francis V. Oireene. 
The Partlienia— A. Hart McKee. 
The Nydia— Isaac E. Emerson. 
The Laijonda— Edward Browning. 
The Ibis— Samuel C. Lawrence. 
The Admiral— John I). Crinimins. 
The Mavita Louis Hossert. 
Tlie lallianiel Horace A. Hutehins. 
The Toinette— Robert A. C. Smith. 
The LoulIouh — Lewis Nixon. 
The Tide— ColK^ate Hovt. 
The Willada- Col. William Hester. 
The Oi-icnta--Et.hvard R. Ladew. 
The Montclair— H. C. Hallenbcck. 
'I'he Nada— I'xiwin (lould. 
The Adelita- Charles il. Weld. 
The Now Then— E. F, Liickenback. 
The Tlieresa- (iustavus Sidenberg:. 
The Artemis- Ercdcrick (1. Bourne. 
T'he Whisper— Thomas IMannin.i^. 
The Stella— Truman Reckwith. 
M^he NormanLiie— W. W. Horton, M. D. 
The Palmer— Frank Knight Stury;is. 
The Courier- H. F. Keith. 
q^he Rival— W. P. IV-Witt. 
'rhe A\-a— \\'alton I'^erjijuson. 
The Elsa— aiiss Eloisc L. Breese. 
Vhc Nirvana William R. Sands. 
'file Mar.i;uerite~(i u V Loomis. 
The La\'rock - Willia'm J. Mathesou. 
The Lnando - -Simon H. Stern. 

Porf Column 

The Nia^jara — Howai'd Gould. 

Tlie loscjihine- Cieorge D. Widener. 

The Aplirodi(e—Col. 'Oliver H. Paine. 

The American —Archibald Watt. 

The ^la\'— A. \'an Rensselaer. 

The Columbia --[. H. Ladew. 

The Anita — John H. Flat^ler. 

The Alberta— A. Edward Tower. 

The Embla— John T. Williams. 

The Idalia — itugene Tompkins. 

The Hiawatha— [alius Flcischmann. 

Tlie Intrepid- Llovd Phoenix. 

The Wlu\e Ladve--j. Lawson Johnston. 

The Aloha— Arthur Curtiss James. 

The Zara— Henry H. Rogers. 

The Ituna— Albert S. Higelow. 

The Sultana— C. G. Conn. 

The Ballamena— Tohn Nicholas Brown. 

The Vergana— Frederick H. Benedict. 

The Wanda— M. Stanlev Tweedie. 



The Oneida — Elias C. Benedict. 
The Satanella — Perrv Bclmoiu. 
The Avenel— W. C, Spanldinv;-. 
The Rarracouta— Ivdward Kcllw 
The Sentinel— L. C. Waclismith. 
The Neaira— Charles A (i.udd. 
The Xoova— M. Stanlev Tweedie. 
The Ailcen Ricliard Stevens. 
The l'\-dalnia— Augustus C. Tyler. 
The Turbese — Adolph Schwar/.mann. 
The Marion -Nathaniel Withcrcll. 
The Chetolah— Albert lolmscm Wise. 
The Aquill.i- H. A. Van Liew. 
The Ratrina — Henrv F. No\'es. 
The Trophv— F. M 'Smith. " 
The Seionda— Alfred W. Booth. 
The Sappho— J. Henry Alexandre. 
The A'aruna — George F. Doniinick. 
The <;retchen— Tohn E. Revburn. 
The Presto— 1. Adolph ]\[oilenhauer. 
The Navarch— Charles R. Flint. 
The Preble— Arthur S. Luria. 
The Cara-Clarkson Cowl. 
The Seminole— R. H. Coleman. 

SKCOND im'ISlON 

Merchant ^^arine steam craft, under command of 
Captain Perry, Hagsliip the Red Ash, with the fol- 
lowing aides : CapLain Edwin Oeats, flagship the 
Wm. H. Vanderbilt ; Captain l»a\-id Van Cleat, 
thigshi]! tlie Cyossct ; Captain H. M. Smith, rlag-- 
shiji tile :\Iontauk ; Cav>tain Augustus McKen/-ie, 
flagship the Wm. U Flint, and Captain Wm. :M. 
Burro\vs, flagship tlie Rosalie. 

The steamshiiis the Ruena \'entui-a ahe first prize 
captured in Uie vSpimish warl, the Ponce, the Mackay- 
Bennett and the Miami, 

The steamboats ^Massachusetts. Plymouth. City of 
Lowell, l-irand Republic. Re(niblic. St. Jolms. Sliinne- 
eoek and Middletown, lames A. Baldwin, City of Troy. 
Columbia. Montauk, New Rrunswick lof Boston! On- 
tario, Cambridge and Saugerties tof ITsterl. John H. 
Starin, John Lenox (ha\-ing tm board niemliers of the 
Arion and Licdcrkran/. societies who sang while pass- 
ing" the Olvmpiai. Sam Sloan, Howard Carroll, ;M\-ii- 
deVt Stariii, Laura M. Starin. Glen, :\Ioliawkand Valley 
Girl. Cygpius, Sirius, Ccnheus. Pegasus, Taurus, Cctus 
and Wjlliani F. Ronier. Long Island. Block Island. i.ia\- 
Head, City of Norwich. Continental. Twilight, Tol- 
ehester, Idlewild and Clirvstenah, Homer Ramsdell, 
n. S. :\Iincr. PauI Roch. John Svlvcster, Rav tjueen. 
Ang-ler. :\[ag-enta. J. S. Worden and Thomas's. Bren- 
nan, New Brunsw'ck, Citv of Hudson, :\Uirv Patten, 
Little Silver, Pleasure Bay, Elberon, Rlack R'ird. Relle 
Horton and :\[idland. ^Minnaliannock. J. IL Carlisle. 
Chancellor, Ri>ckland, F. P. lames, Crvstal Stream, 
William Fletcher, George Starr, John E." Moore, :Meta 
and Golden Star. 

The propellei's Wanderer. Nassau. Fa\-orite. 
Squantum, Rambh'r, Raltimore, John Fr}-c. iTcneral 
Carr and Josephine tof Rridgeport ). Hohndell. King 
Philip, Richard Rordcn, City of Ouinc\", i_\ E. Lewis, 



Tourist, Northport and Franklin Eds<in. Allen Joy. 
Panticoke, Lagonda, Colonial, Neptune, Park City. 
Pauline and Endeavorer, Leader. P'hanna, Greenwich, 
Ella, .Aleteor and Ridgway Park. " 

THIRD DIVISION 

Barges, tugs, proi^ellers and unattached vessels, 
■under command ot Captain Fred B. Dalzell. with the 
following aides; Captain Walter S. Pollock. Captain 
A. R. Valentine, Captain :M. :\Ioran and Captain E. M. 
Timniins. 

Rarges and tugs, two abreast— C- P. Raymond, 
Chauncey M. Depew, N. V. C, lohn NeHson." A. 1\L 
Church, Susquehanna. St. John's liuild No. i. St. John's 
Guild No. J, Columbia. Starina, William H. Vand'erbilt. 
Coxsackie. E. S. Atwood, E. T. Dalzell, W. F. Dalzell. 
C. C. Clarke. Nos. 17. 10, n and 10, X. V. C, and the 
Dorothv. N. Y, C. Projiellers Nos. n, 1; and 16. N. Y. C , 
the Montauk, Lowell M. Palmer, |. H. Cordts, T. C. 
Hartt, A. C. Chenev, R. G. Townsend, S. L. Crosby, J. 
M. Hodges. Robert'H. Savre. R. H. Wilbur, Arthur W. 
Palmer, Zouave, Belle McWilliams. Laura Hoffman, A. 
W. Booth, Albert W. Ellis, t^enesta, G. D. Kuper, P. 
Cahill, Phoenix, Sea Gull, Rutlie Bar, J. S. T. Strana- 
han. A. W. Ellis, L'Hommedieu, Robert Haddon, N. B. 
Starbuck. W. E. Ferg'uson, A. A. Sumner, Fulton :\Iar- 
ket. Rockawav. L B. Kuper. Charles Spear. New York, 
Sumner. Currv. William J. Haskell. Walter Sands, 
Chester A. Arthur, William H. Morton, Geraldine, J. 
F. Lohman, Harrison B. :Moore, Jr. Tugs Nos. 12. i :;, is 
and .>o, N. Y. C. propellers Nos". =; and 14. N. Y. C.^the 
Long Island, H. V. Palmer, Charles H. Senniff, G. W. 
Washburn. E. H. 'Mesd. Hercules, W, E. Street, Edwin 
Terrv, :\Iercedes. Etta Moore and lohn Tavlor. Pro- 
pellers Maria Hoffman. Pottsville, Petrolia. " John Har- 
lan, De Witt C. Evans, J. L. Luckenbach, W.^J. Sewall, 
A^ J. White, Robert Kirkland, Charles RunVon. Sea 
Witch, Speedway. Ceres. ]. A. Bowker, (.-iuid'ing Star. 
Mutual. President. E. :M.' Timmins. Pendall. Harrv 
National and L. J. Bnsby. 

All of tlio escorting- yessels were loaded 
with g-iiests and passengers, fullv 150,000 per- 
sons being- tluis atioat. Notwithstanding the 
immense number of yachts, steamboats, pro- 
pellers and tugs that had received positions in 
the parade line, the several divisions moved 
promptly and in good order, the column being- 
some twelve miles in length. As these o-aily 
decorated craft steamed in the wake of the \var 
ships the bright rays of the sun that had 
illumined the striking and magnihcent displav 
of bunting suddenly became overcast, and for a 
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THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

In the City of New York 



warm min. But as the Olympia passed the 
Statue of Liberty the rain-cloud drifted rapidly 
over Loii,^- Island and the sun threw a bi-illiant 
rainbow (.n the northern sk\-, one end seeming 
to rest on tlie Island of Manhattan, the other 
on the New Jersey hills. The beautiful omen 
was g-reeted with gladness alike bv those on the 
vessels of war and ijf peace, and the mighty 
flotilla swept (jn up the broad Hudson. 

As the Olympia drew near the Battery, 
tumultuous cheers greeted the flagship of the 
hero of the day, uttered by the 20,000 spectators 
waiting there. These cheers were soon taken 
up by the other crowds along the shore, all the 
way up the river, making a great volume of 
sound as it floated over the breeze-kissed waters 
(■f the harbor. 

Above the Grant Tomb had been aneh(ired 



ruled the hour, and amidst all this io3-ful and 
somewhat discordant clamor Admiral Dewey 
stood on the bridge cif his flagship, amazed, 
and almost stunned, by the vigor and sincerity 
I if his welcome to the land of his birth, which 
he had served so brilliantly and well. By sun- 
set the marine parade had dissolved and silence 
again rested 0:1 the river. 

THE PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY 

As the shades of night began to fall upon 
the holidaj'-throbbing city, vast throngs \vere 
re-assembling on the wharves of Manhattan 
Island, Brooklyn, Jersey City and Hoboken, all 
eager to see the promised displays of fireworks 
that were to close the festivities of the day. 
AVhile these crowds were gathering on the 
banks of the North and East Rivers a curious 



perfect network of light occupied the sky. The 
Atlas globe on the tower of the New York Life 
Building was illuminated. In the centre of the 
Brooklyn Bridge stood fiery letters, 36 feet 
high, forming the oft-repeated legend "Wel- 
come Dewey." Anchored off Hoboken was the 
Erin, the steam yacht of Sir Thomas Lipton, 
who had come to race for the America Cup. 
The yacht had her masts and funnels defined 
by lines of electric light, the word "Erin" 
hanging amidships in dazzling green letters. 

Then a new feature in this brilliant display 
was added, for all of the warships were soon 
ablaze \\-ith electricity, while their powerful 
searchlights danced to and fro over the now 
glittering waters (.if the Hudson River. Wher- 
ever the eye turned, it was blinded by the 
magic light of the dynamo, and all the cities 




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two large railroad floats bearing gigantic figures 
of Victory and Peace. Sailing between these 
triumphal decorations the Olympia turned 
down stream, and, on re-passing General Grant's 
Tomb, fired a national salute of 21 guns, com- 
ing to anchor soon after. Each of the war 
vessels followed suit in firing salutes and 
anchored m line below the Olympia. The 
column of escorting vessels followed the same 
route, passing the fleet as it proceeded to the 
dispersing point olf West 23d Street. The scene 
that ensued was most remarkable. Cheers rose 
again and again from a million human throats, 
the yachts fired salutes, whicli were returned 
by a battery of artillery stationed on a railroad 
float near at hand, and every steam whistle on 
steamboat, propeller and tug rent the air with 
its piercing voice. A feeling of mad enthusiasm 



glow of light was thrown over the waters of the 
harbor. Docks, warehouses and sheds on the 
river piers, the big buildings and ferry houses, 
soon had their outlines defined by rows of elec- 
tric lamps. The Pennsylvania Railroad slips 
were made visible by huge keystones, the Am- 
erican Line of steamships flashed forth a large 
panel in li\ung fire bearing the word " Wel- 
come " in big letters. The le.gend " AVelcome 
to Dewey" flashed fr(.im the docks <if the Cen- 
tral Railroad of New Jersey, and there were 
countless designs (jn many of the ])iers on the 
New York shore to add beauty to the picture. 
Searchlights threw their powerful rays from 
the Brooklyn Bridge towers, the Madison 
Squftre Garden, the Bowling Green and manv 
other noticeable structures. Similar rays were 
flashed from Brooklyn and Jersey Cit\' until a 



seemed to be bathed in harmless fire. Those 
who were fortunate in seeing this wondrous 
spectacle from the committee and excursion 
steamboats found themselves passing through a 
fairyland of light, while the Statue of Liberty 
began to ghiw in the huge bed of red fire 
ignited at its base. Many of the Pennsylvania 
ferryboats were illuminated on every deck and 
along their guards, adding to the bewfldering 
masses of liglit as they passed from slip to slip. 
Rockets and bombs then rose from the parks of 
Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn and other bor- 
oughs, and lofty buildings were brought into 
bold relief as masses of red fire burned on their 
roofs. 

Suddenly a shower of rockets rose from 
floats opposite the Grant Tomb, and on the 
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THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

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113 



pyrotechnic bombs, wliicli, bursting', lllled the 
slcy with huge masses of roil, while, blue and 
green lire. The Ihuniler of cannon was next 
heard and these lloats began mo\ing down 
stream. I'or o\'er two hours there was a con- 
stant and ever-changing torrent of colored lire, 
the warships taking an aeli\'e part in the daz- 
zhng display by discharging signal rockets 
originally intended for use in lime of war. As 
the lloals were swiftU' lowed down stream, Ihe 
banks of both ri\-ers became almost as distinct 
asal mid-day, and when these lloating \'oleanoes 
met olT the Battery, greater torrents of bombs, 
rockets and Roman candles rose, until it seemed 
as it the entire harbor had suddenly taken lire. 
The snlphm'ous gases from these displays soon 
precipitated the threatening rain, which began 
falling hcaxily on land and water, sending the 



dawn railroad trains followed each other in 
rapid succession, bringing visitors from afar, 
and the streets of New York were soon 
thronged with people, all eager to witness the 
closing ceremonies in a reception such as had 
never been given even to the Imperial Ctesars 
of the Roman Empire. Every elevated, cable, 
electric or trolley ear at the disposal of the 
street railroad companies in all the boroughs of 
the consolidated city was .set rumiing, yet they 
wei'e unable to carry all the travelers. The air 
was lillcil with the music of bands or the roll of 
ilrmns, as V-'.ooo sailors and soldiers marched 
uptown to their several rendezvous, while 
over 3,000,000 men, women and children pro- 
ceeded to some selected point on the line of 
march. Those who did not possess tickets for 
a stand were among the first to appear, and by 



U. vS. Senator Chauncey M. Depew, Richard 
Croker, St. Clair jrcKelway, and Warren W. 
Foster, Secretary of the Dewey E.xecutive 
Committee. Breakfast was sen'cd in the cabin 
by Delmcjnico, but the Admiral and his aides 
had already broken their fast on nautical fare 
and took only coffee. 

The Patrol reached Pier A, North River, 
at 8.20 o'clock, and as the Admiral stepped 
ashore a salute of seventeen guns was fired in 
good style by a police detail with cannon they 
had borrowed from the Navy Yard. Walking 
quickly between two lines of policemen, the 
party emerged on Batterj' Place plaza, where 
they were met by another sub-committee, 
headed by ex-Commissioner William Herri. 
Here the Admiral shook hands with Rounds- 
man Cornelius P. Tubbs. 




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r.itrolinAn Willi.ini .M.ickey 



HIS !■ 

countless thous;inds of spectators to shelter, 
though shelter was often difficult to linil. As 
the last rocket and bomb burst and disiipjicarcd 
the people hastened to their homes, wet but en- 
tirely satisfied with the magnilie~cnt spectacle 
Ihcy had witnessed. Admiral Dewey saw it 
from the deck of his flagship, being too tireii by 
the CNcnts of the day to be able to accept 
Mayor ^■.ln ^^■\ck's invit.iHon to make a tour of 
the rivers on the steambexU Sandy Hook. Then 
the rain ceased, and the electric lights on house- 
top and pier renewed their brilliancy and main- 
tained it until daylight. 

THE FINAL DAY 
On S;Uurdav morning, September 30, the 
sun ag-ain shone brightly, giving cheerful 
promise of a clear, warm day. From early 



nKWKv T..\xnixr. .\t ini'i^ .\, xortii rivi^r, se 
iKsr srrr o\ >r\xuAirAX islaxd on his KErcKX fkom 

o'clock every foot of sidewalk space for seven 
and a half miles was fullv occupied. Even 
those who had secured seats tm some one eif 
the immense number of stands along the route 
were earl\- in their places, so that at the hour of 
10 o'clock nearly everybody was ready. 

Admiral Dewev stepped out of his cabin 
on the Ohnipia at seven bells, and, descending 
the after-starlioard gangway to his barge, was 
quickly taken to the police boat Patrol. The 
Admiral was in the lull uniform of his high 
rank, and acconnxinied by Captain Benjamin 
P. I^imberton, Flag Lieutenant Thomas M. 
Brumb\', and Ensign Harry H. Caldwell, his 
secretary. On reaching the Patrol the Admiral 
was received at the gangwa\' by a police plate>on 
guard and by the special reception committee, 
consisting- of ex- Vice- President Levi P. Meirton, 



Roundsman Cornelius T. Tubbs 
PTEyiBER 30 

.MANILA 

The second troop of Squadron A had been 
drawn up along the north side of the park, 
where a line of carriages was also in waiting. 
Before entering his carriage, the genial Admiral 
noticed some newspaper reporters he had met 
on the Olympia while she lav otf Tompkins\411e. 

■' Do you know, boys," he said, laughingly, 
" I've hardly got my eyes open vet. I'll have 
to hurry and get them open, won't I, or I'll 
miss some of the best parts of the celebration." 

" What do you think of vc^ur reception thus 
far ? " asked one of the group. 

" Magnificent, perfectly magniticent." 

Then there was a blare eif cavalry trumpets, 
and the cavalcade started for the CitA- HaB. 
Scarcely had he entered Broadway when the 
eyes of the Admiral were attracted by the mul- 
titude of tiags and other decorations before him 



114 



THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

In the City of New York 




ad:\iiral dp:\vey axd :\tAYr)R van wyck leaving city hall, aftp:r presextatiok of the gold loving cup 

1-']1oTO(";RA1-'UED UY TIIEO. K. HAS'JIN(;s in front of the home life insurance COiMl'ANY LIUILDING, OPPOSITE CITY HALL 



and he remarked on their profusion and beauty. 
As the cortei:;e swept by old Trinity Church 
chimes in its lofty steeple pla^-ed patriotic tunes. 

THE GOLD LOVING CUP 

As usual, the Admiral was ahead of his 
schedule time, and arrived at the grand stand 
in front of the Cit\- Hall before he was expected. 
The 1,500 schtjol children who were to occupy 
the opposite stand and sing national odes had 
not yet assembled, n<.)r did they arrive until the 
Admiral had departed, thereby causing poign- 
ant grief among the little ones, who, however, 
went through their programme for the enter- 
tainment of some ten thousand delighted spec- 
Uitors. 

:Mayor Van AVyck received the Admiral on 
the high platfomi. There a group was ar- 
ranged, preparatory to the presentation of the 
gold lo\nng cup ordered by the Reception Com- 
mittee. In this group were Governor Theodore 
Roosevelt, Warner Van Norden, Captain Frank 
Wildes of the Boston, ex-Mayors William 
L. Strong and Frederick W. Wurster, Senator 
Chauncey M. Depew, President Seth Low, Gen- 
eral Howard Carroll, Major General Nelson A. 
Miles, ex-Vice-Prcsident Le\-i P. Morton, Gen- 
eral Horatio C. King. Richard Croker, Rear 



Admiral Schley, Comptroller Bird Sim Coler, 
James C. Carter, Captains Joseph B. Coghlan 
and Nehemiah M. Dyer, and Commander Ed- 
ward P. AV'ocjd, with the vSpecial Escort Com- 
mittee. On seeing Rear Admiral vSchley, the 
Admiral greeted him most cordially, and when 
the hero of Santiago Bay replied, saying "Ad- 
miral," the hero of Manila Bay exclaimed: 

"No, no, Schley, I'm no Admiral to you. 
We are just boys together, as in the old days." 

Taking advantage of a moment of silence, 
the Mayor stepped forward, and said: 

Admiral Dewey— The true digriity of manhood 
can neN-fr tae over-estimated in the study of the influ- 
ences which build up or preserve a state. Hero- 
witrship, if it be merely a manifestation of a full 
recognition and appreciation of such manhood in the 
individual leader's performance of duly to State, either 
in war or in jseace, is most commendable. It holds up 
his high standard to be emulated by the living as wetl 
as the unborn millions to be. To such a hero death 
itself bows, for he li\'es in memory for all time. In this 
spirit I shall not hesitate in this presence to freel}' 
express America's estimate of your character and 
achievements. The nation would gladly have its 
dominion extended over the face of the globe, in order 
that admiring millions of additional fellow-citizens 
might be here to-day to pay homage to you and wel- 
come you back. 

Your countrymen are interested in and know every 
detail of your iTfe. Your joys and your sorrows are 
theirs. The>' ha\'e traced your ancestry and your 
character and deeds from the cradle rocked by a 'fond 
mi^ther, to the Olympia rocked by the rolling waves of 
the mighty deep. They listen with delight to the story 
of the I'ighting Deweys bravely doing their duty in 
e\'ery war of their country for two hundred and fifty 
years; of your pointing out, when a mere child, to 



your father the pictures in the clouds of ships and 
battles, including the battle of Lake Erie and the form 
of Perry saving his country's flag from the disabled 
ship; of the devotional impress stamped upon your 
character by a loving mother ; of your strug-gle 'with 
the schoolmaster, "which taught the necessity of dis- 
cipline in the affairs of life ; of your inherited love for 
children and music ; of your alert, bright and \-ivacioiis 
boyhood, mingled with the mischievous, but never 
with the malicious ; of your deferential respect for 
those of your mother's sex ; of the romance of your 
courtship and happy marriage ; of your service under 
Admiral Farragut in the (julf Squadron as the execu- 
tive officer of the j\Iississippi, when you plunged iron 
shot and shell through the armor of the Confederate 
ram Manassas ; of the sturdy and fearless manner in 
w^hich you defended your ship against the guns of Port 
Hudson, and the quiet and orderly manner in which 
you abandoned her when she sunk, calling [ov special 
commendation of your superiors in their report ; of the 
circumstance that between wars Farragut for forty- 
eight years and you for thirty-three vears devoted 
yourselves to the study of your profession, and both 
at the end of a long peace Avere found fully equipped 
and ready to give your country splendid service and 
to raise yourselves to the highest plane of fame and 
renown. 

The romance of sea warfare has charmed and en- 
chanted the imagination of man as no other theme has 
ever done, arousing in him the sentiment of patriotism 
and inspiring the poet with songs of his country and 
her heroes. This has always been so, whether i'n the 
times when Neptune with his trident rode the sea in a 
shell-sha]3cd boat drawn by dolphins, or when the Vik- 
ings roved the north main carrying all before them, 
or when the sea kings with the modern navy were 
stati(jned upon the ocean to guard and protect the equal 
rights of civilized governments and their commerce 
upon the highways of the sea. 

The world stood enthralled and then broke out in 
loud huzzas which can never be silenced, when the 
electric spark flashed the news over the globe that on 
the ist of May, i8gS, your fleet had destroyed in Manila 
Hay the Spanish navy, silencing the forts and taking 
the Philippine Islands, thus stripping the East of every 
vestige of Spanish domination. Spain was that mo- 
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THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 

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115 



cleared of hostile forces, leaving to the remainder of 
our naval and land forces the task of sweepini^; clean 
the Atlantic Ocean and her islands of the depressed, 
half-famished and scattered bands of Spanish stra^- 
Klcrs. This all was accomplished in a naval battic of 
less than sc\'en hoars, inclndin.i^- tlie coolly-ordered in- 
termission for I^reakfast. Not an American killed, but 
two hundred Spaniards laid low, seven hlmdred 
wounded, the Spanish navy destroyed and an empire 
lost to her forever, llistory rccoi-ds no achle\'ctnent 
of such superb completeness as the battle in Manila 
Hay. 

This demonstration is 00 mere tribute to apersonal 
friend, a fellow eiti/.en. It is a simple and deserved 
reco.cfuition of the debt due the i^ublic ser\-ant who has 
proved himself H'randly and officiallv faithful to his 
country's welfare ami honor. You are called a man of 
destiny. You are ; but it is the destiny of merit and 
worth— the conscientiims obedience to duty of one 
skilled in his art and judgment. Our rcpubtic has no 
reason to fear a ctimparison of her sea il,L;-htcrs with 
those of other nations. Tlle birth of the republic ,i;-a\-c 
her I'aul loncs ; the war for freedom of ocean hinhways 
>^ave her l^erry, anil the war for her moral ami pliysieal 
inte,!.;rity y:a\-e her l'\irra,i;'ut. She points with pride to 
each one of this trinity, and savst*^ all nations, " ]\Iatch 
liim if you can." The war a,i;-ainst Spain, wa.vicd for 
common hunninity's sake in belialf of her island nei,i;il- 
bors, ,e:ave her Uewev, who can safely be priiclaimed 
chief amon,^- tlie naval heroes of the world. The route 
of these idolized nautical sons of the republic is well 
marked. Their exploits .i^o resoundinv;" throu^'h time, 
partakin.e; of the vast and overwhelminK- character of 
the ocean upon whicli tlie>' rode, lived, acted and 
attained their ,^reat achie\<.>u"leius, which are the pride 
of all vVniericans. 

From your entry to yoiu' del)arture from Manihi 
Hay you were a history nuilvcr, and if the old st\dc 
pi'cvailed of namin.i.;" tlic jicrioil after him wdio bore the 
most illustrious name of any livini^ man, this would be 
kn(>wn as the llewey ay;e. Solitary in the >;"randeur ,")f 
^'our achievements, you are lifted above all those who 
have i;-iuie before you. 

To the I\layor has been assii;*ned the ]icrsonalh" 
pleasant duty of presenting- to you, in the name of the 
City of New York, the metropolis of our country, this 
loN'ul.u: cup, a keepsake, to remind you from time to 
time of her love for you anel her special pride in your 
ileeds of valor, which slic believes will for aj^es to come 
insure the full respect of all natitms and people ft^r our 
starry flav^, whetlier tlun,!.;' to the bree/.e over the man- 
of-war or the ship of commerce. 

Admiral Dewey was \-isibly embarrassed 

by the etilogittm of the Mayor, but replied as 

follows : 

Mr. M.WOR: It wdll be quite impossible for me to 
express in words how deeply I'm mo\'cd Ijy this— all 



these honors— one after the other: That beautiful cup 
— the freedom of the city, this g^rcat, maft'nilleent recep- 
ti(m. I cannot say what: I want, but speakinv,^ for my- 
self and the .^^allant squadrcm I had the honor to 
command at JIanila, I thank you from the bottom of 
m>' heart. 

Turning around and pointing to his Manila 

Bay Commanders — Lamberton, Walker, Dyer, 

Wildes and Wood — the Admiral added: 

Only for them I 



"These ; 
couldn't hav 



c the men that did it. 
done it." 



The tone of sineerity witli whieh he uttered 
these last words impressed every liearer. 



tied in three knots, dolphins, seaweed, and other 
nautical devices. The cup is illustrated on 
page 150. It stands 13 inches high, and has a 
capacity of 4)4 quarts. 

After presenting tlie cup there was no delay 
in starting for the steamboat waiting at the foot 
of Warren Street to carry the Admiral and his 
escort to the Riverside Drive. 

THE LAND PARADE 
The trip up the North River was quickly 



The magnificent gold loving cup whicli was made, Admiral Dewey being in most excellent 

spirits, relating anecdotes of the Philippine 
campaign, greeting old friends and shaking 
hands with those gentlemen who were pre- 
sented to him. His love for children was again 
shown when he landed at the recreation pier 
at the foot of West 125th Street, for he cheer- 
fully greeted a bashful little boy, shook hands 
uath him and asked him how he liked the show. 
Major General Roe, havdng meanwhile received 
satisfactory reports from all the division com- 
manders, then announced that everything was 
ready for the parade. 

"Then let us start at once," said the 
Admiral. "We must not keep the people 
waiting." 

The Admiral having seen his orderly, Sut- 
ton, seated beside the coachman, stepped into 
his carriage, as did the other guests and commit- 
teemen, and thev were quickly driven to I22d 
Street, where the sailors of the flagship Olympia 
were waiting to escort their beloved com- 
mander. The route of march was over seven 
miles long, being down the Riverside Drive 
to Seventv-second Street, thence to Eighth 



thus presented to the Admiral cost $5,000, and 
was designed and made by Tiffany & Co. It is 
Roman in form, and made entire!}' of eighteen- 
carat gold. The handles are formed of three 
dolpliins wrought in green gold. Around the 
neck are forty-five stars emblematic of the 
union of the >States. The body of the cup is 
divided by the handles into three panels, which 
are employed for the principal decorations. On 
tlie front panel is a portrait in relief of Admiral 
Dewev, surrounded bv a wreath of oak leaves, 
the whole resting upon an eagle with out- 
stretched wings. Underneath this panel, upon 
the band around the foot of the cup, are the 
letters " G. D., U. S. N." 

The second panel has a picture of the 
Olvmpia, chased in half relief, and beneatli is a 
shieUl witli the four stars, betokening the recip- 
ient's grade. On the third panel is an escut- 
cheon, upon which is engraved the inscription, 
"Presented to Admiral Dewey by the City of 
New York." The coat of arms of the City of 
New York appears below this inscription. 
About the foot are a series of anchors, a rope 




Foetal Telegraph 

THE CITY H 



Home Life Insurance Co, 



City Hall Fark 



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Dun Building 



County Court Hous 



.\LL, THE COUNTY COURT HOUSE, THE HOME LIFE INSURANCE, THE POST-\L TELEGR.IPH -\ND THE DUN BUILDINGS 

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Avenue, or Central Park "West. Mo\-ing down 
to the Christopher Columbus statue in Central 
Park Circle, at Fifty-ninth Street, the column 
proceeded in the following order down Fifth 
Avenue, and was dismissed after passing 
through the Washington Centennial Arch in 
Washington Square. 



Battalion of 350 sailors from the Cruiser Olynipia, 

commanded by Lieutenant Commander 

Geor,2:e P. Colvocoresses. 

Admiral Georir<? Dewey and 

Mayor Robert Anderson Van Wyck, 

in carriage drawn by four horses, and 'followed by 

the following groups in carriages: 
Captain Frank Wildes, who commanded the Boston in 
Manila Bay, and Captain Joseph B. Coghlan, who 
commanded the Raleigh. 
Captain Xehemiah M. Dyer, who commanded the Bal- 



slow, of the Indiana, and Lieutenant Commander 

Ernest L. Bennett, of the New York. 
Rear Admiral John W. Philip, Commandant Brooklyn 

Navy Yard', Commander James D. J. Kelley (since 

assigned to command of the Auxiliary' "Cruiser 

Resolute), and St. Clair McKelway, Chairman of 

the Special Reception Committee. 
Pay Inspector Ichabod G. Hobbs, of the Brooklyn, 

Medical Inspector Washington L. Capps, and Lieut. 

Commander Frank H. Baiiey, of the Olvmpia. 
Pay Inspector Joseph Foster, ot the New Y"ork ; Medi- 




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SHOWING THE DECORATIONS OF THE THOROUGHFARE, THE CROWDS OF WELCOMERS AND THE HEAD OF COLUMN IX REVIEW 



FORMATION OF THE TROOPS 

Jlounted Police Escort, under command of Sergeant 
^Villiam C. Egan. 

Chief of Police William S. Devery and Mounted Escort. 

Grand Marslial. JIajor General Charles PVancis Roe, 

Ciimmanding New York National (.iuard. 

Grand ilarshal's Staff: Colonel Stephen Henry Olin, 
Assistant Adjutant General; Lieutenant Colonel 
(Brevet Brigadier Treneral) Frederick Phisterei^, 
Assistant Adjutant General ; Colonel Edward Mor- 
ris Hoffman, Inspector; Colonel Frank C. LoT.'e- 
land, A. D. C. ; Lieutenant Colonel William 
Cary Sanger, Inspector; Lieutenant Colrjnel Wil- 
liam W. Ladd, Jr., Judge Advfjcate ; Lieutenant 
Colonel Nathaniel Blunt Thurston, Inspector of 
Small Arms Practice and Ordnance Officer; Maji-r 
William Maurice Kirby, Inspector of Small Arms 
Practice and Ordnance Officer; Lieutenant Cokmel 
lohn Isaac Holly, 'Juartermaster ; Lieutenant Col- 
onel Gilford Hurry, Cominissary of Subsistence; 
Colonel Nelson Herrick Henry, Surgeon ; Lieuten- 
ant Colonel John Bogart, Engineer; ilajor Fred- 
erick Tollingrton Leigh, Signal Officer; Majors 
Louis Morris Greer, John Butterfield Holland, and 
Charles Frederick Van Benthuysen, Aides-de- 
camp. 

CQLisa's Band of 130 pieces, led by John Philip Sousa, 



timore in Manda Bay, and Captain Benjamin P. 
Lamberton, of the Olympia, and Chief of Staff in 
Manila Bay. 

Commander Asa Walker, who commanded the Con- 
corfi in Manila Bay, and Commander Edward P. 
Wood, who commanded the Petrel. 

Flag Lieutenant Thomas M. Brumby, of the Olympia, 
and Lieutenant Harry H. Caldwell, of the Olympia. 

Lieutenant Commander Albon C. Hodgson, of the 
ISrooklyn, and Lieutenant William P. Scott, of the 
Olympia. 

Rear Admiral Henry L. Howison. commanding South 
Atlantic Squadron, and Randolph Guggenheimer, 
President of Municipal Council. 

Captain Philip H. Cooper, commanding the Chicago, 
Lieutenant Homer C. Poundstrme and Lieutenant 
William B. Whittlesey, of the Chicago. 

Rear Admiral William Thomas Sampson, commanding 
the North Atlantic Squadron, and Thomas Francis 
Wriods, President of the Board of Aldermen. 

Captain Theodore F. Jewell, commanding the Brook- 
lyn, Captain Charles J. Train, commanding the 
Massachusetts, Lieutenant Commander Nathan 
Sargent and Lieutenant Commander William H. 
H. Sutherland. 

Captain French Ensor Chad wick, commanding the 
New York, Captain Henry C. Tayh>r, of the Inili- 
aria, Lieutenant Commander Cameron McR. Win- 



cal Inspect<u- Paul Fitzsimons, Fleet Surgeon for 
Admiral Sampson ; Surgeon Clement Biddle, of the 
Texas, and Lieutenant Augustus C. Almy, of the 
New York. 

Pay Inspector Daniel A. Smith, of the Olympia, 
Lieutenant Commander Warner B. Baylev.'of the 
New York, Surgerm James D. Gatewood, of the 
Lancaster, and Lieutenant John H. Gibbons, of the 
Massachusetts. 

Paymaster Lawrence G. Boggs, of the Massachusetts, 
Lieutenant Commander" Albert F. Dixon, of the 
Brooklyn, Paymaster John S, Carpenter, of the 
Texas, and Captain GeoVge Barnett, Marine Corps, 
f)f the Chicago. 

Surgeon George E. H. Harmon, of the Brooklyn, 
Surgeon Lucien <i. Heneberger, of the Indiana, 
Lieutenant i\lark L. l^ristol. of the Texas, and Pay- 
master Frank T. Arms, of the Indiana. 

Surgeon James C. Byrnes, of the Massachusetts, 
Lieutenant Cr)mmander Robert G. Dcnig, and 
Lieutenant William H. Buck, of the Chicago, and 
Lieutenant Emmet R. Pollock, of the Lancaster. 

Governor Foster M. Voorhees, of New Jersey. Brevet 
Major General and Adjutant General William S. 
Strvker, Surrogate Frank T. Fitzgerald and Adolph 
S. Ochs, publisher of the New York Times. 

Governor Ebe W. Tunnell, of Delaware, Adjutant Gen- 
eral Garret S. Hart, and Vernon Mansfield Davis. 



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Governor M. B. McSweeny, of South Carolina. Adju- 
tant General Floyd, ex-Supervisor William John 
Kniffht Kenny, and Alfred Michael Dnwnes. 

Governor Daniel L. Russell, of North Carolina, Adju- 
tant General C. M. Cook, Emanuel Blumenstiel and 
William W, Fuller. 

Governor Elisha Dyer, of Rhode Island, Adjutant 
General Frederic M. Sackett and General Howard 
Carroll. 

Governor Edward C. Smith, of Vermont, Adjutant 
General T. S. Peck, William Randolph Hearst, 
proprietor of the New York Journal, and Lieuten- 
ant Governor Timothy Lester Woodruff, of New 
York. 

Governor Benton McMillin, of Tennessee, Adjutant 
General H. C. Lamb, John P. Kane, and William 
Cullen Bryant, of the Rrooklvn Times. 

Governor Asa S. Bushnell, of Ohio, Adjutant General 
H. A. Axline, Colonel William Lee Brown, of the 
New York Daily News, and ex-Mayor William L. 
Strong. The Governor and his Adjutant General 
subsequentlv joined their State troops. 

Adjutant General Allen Jumel, of Louisiana, John W. 
Vrooman, General William Copeland Wallace, and 
William J. Sewell. 

Adjutant General William M. Henry, of Mississippi, 
Herman Ridder, of the New York Siaats Zeitun^, 
Herbert Foster Gunnison, of the Brooklvn Bap-'ie, 
and Hon. Silas B. Dutcher. 

Governor Georjje Weslev Atkinson, of West Virginia, 
Adjutant General fohn W. M. Appleton, Ex-Mayor 
Charles Adolph Schieren, and Murat Halstead, ' 

Governor DeForest Richards, of Wvomin^, fudsje 
Rufus Billins:s Cowing, Judp:e Joseph H. Stiner, 
and James vShevlin. 

Governor Heber M. Wells, of Utah, Colonel and Ad- 
jiitant General Nephi W. Clayton ; Comptroller 
Bird Sim Coler, and Congressman Nicholas Muller. 

Major General Nelson Appleton Miles, commanding 
United States Armv, and Captain Francis Michler, 
Fifth United States Cavalry. Aide-de-camp; ex- 
Vice-President Levi Parsons Morton, and Edward 
Lauterbach. 

Major General Wesley Merritt, Commander Military 
Department of the East; Captain T. Bentlev Mott, 
7th United States Artillery, Aide-de-camp; Warren 
W. Foster, Secretary of the Dewey Executive 
Committee, and Tohn Caldwell Calhoun. 

Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley (since assigned 
to command of the South Atlantic Squadron), Rear 
Admiral Joseph Nelson Miller (retired), and ex- 
Commissioner William Berri. 

Major General W. S. Shallenberger, with warship 
builder Charles H. Cramp and Hon. John H. Starin. 

Special Reception Committee— United States Senator 
Chauncey ^Mitchell Depew, Tammany leader Rich- 
ard Croker, ex-Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
William McAdoo, President Seth Low, Neuville O. 
Fanning and Le^wis Nixon, with Sir Thomas Lip- 
ton, owner of the America Cup challenger, the 
Shamrock, and Hon. Charles Russell, of London, 
as guests. 

Council Committee— Vice-President John T. Oaklev, 
Councilmen Frank J. Goodwin, Benjamin Jefferson 
Bodine, John fames McGarry, Adolph C' Hotten- 
roth, Joseph Cassidy, and Adam Henry Leich. 

Aldermanic Committee— Alderman John T. McCall, 
Elias Goodman, George Andrew Burrell, James J. 
Smith, Jacob Joseph Velton, James E. Gaffney, 
and Matthew E. Dooley. 

NAVAL BRIGADE OF THE NORTH 
ATLANTIC FLEET 
Captain Charles ]\L Thomas, of the Lancaster, com- 
manding, and Staff 
Fii'st Baffalion — Marines 
Major Paul St. Clair Murphy, United States Marines, 
Commanding, and Staff 
Captain Charles A. Doyen, First Company 
Captain Theodore P. Ka'ne, .Second Company 
Captain Philip M. Bannon. Third Company 
Captain T'^'hn A. Lejeune, Fourth Company 
Second Battalion — Sailors of the Neiv York 
Lieutenant Commander William P. Potter, 
Commanding 
Lieutenant John B. Blish, First Company 
Ensign Harlin P. Perrill, Second Ci'impany 
Ensign Albion J. Wadhams, Third Company 
Third Battalion — Sailors of the Texas 
Lieutenant Commander Giles B. Harber, commanding, 
and Staff 
Lieutenant Harry Phelps, First Company 
Ensign Frederic R.'Holman, Second Company 
Ensign Oscar D. Duncan, Third Company 
Fourth Battalion— Sailors of the Indiana 
Lieutenant Commander John C. Wilson, commanding, 
and Staff 
Lieutenant Thomas Washington, First Company 
Lieutenant William K. Harrison, Second Company 
Lieutenant Henrv J- Ziegemeier, Third Company 
Fifth Battalion^Sailors of the Massachusetts 
Ueutenant Commander Kossuth Niles, commanding, 
and Staff 
Lieutenant Spencer S, Wood, First Company 
Lieutenant William R. Shoemaker, Second Company 
Lieutenant Victor Blue, Third Company 
Sixth Battalion— Sailors of the Broof^lyn 
Lieutenant Commander Dennis H. Mahan, command- 
ing, and Staff 
Lieutenant Edward Simpson, First Company 
Lieutenant James G. Doyle, Second Company 
Lieutenant John P. J. Ryan, Third Company 
Seventh Battalion^Sail'ors of the I^ancaster 
Lieutenant Commander Nelson T. Houston, command- 
ing, and Staff 
Lieutenant William B. Whittlesey, First Company 
Lieutenant Joseph Strauss, Second Company 
Lieutenant William D. MacDougall, Third Company 
Lieutenant William C. Cole, Fourth Company, sailors 
from the Dolphin. 

BRIGADE UNITED STATES TROOPS 

Colonel John I. Rodgers, Fifth United States Artillery, 

commanding, and Staff 

West Point Band 



Corps of Cadets, United States Military Academy, 
Lieutenant Colonel Otto L. Hein in command 

Battalion of United States Engineers, Companies C 
and D, Major John D. K. Knight, commanding 

Fifth Regiment United .States Artillery, Lieutenant 
Colonel Tully McCrea, commanding, and Staff 

First Battalion, Batteries A, I, L and N, Captain El- 
bridge R. Hills, commanding 

Second Battalion, Batteries B, M, and O, Captain Gar- 
land N. Whistler, commanding 

Battalion of Seventh United States Artillery, consist- 
ing of Batteries H, I, K and L, Captain' James C. 
Bush, commanding 

Battalion of Artillery, composed of Batteries B and N, 
First United States Artillery, I, Fourth United 
States Artillery, B and N, Seventh United States 
Artillery, Captain Constantine Chase, commanding 

Battalion o'f United States Mounted Artillery, com- 
posed of Siege Battery K, Fifth Artillery, and Light 
Battery C, Seventh United States Artillery, Captain 
William H. Coffin, commanding 

NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL GUARD 

Governor Theodore Roosevelt, commanding, and 
Staff: Brigadier General Avery DeLano Andrews, 
Adjutant General; Colonel George Curtis Tread- 
well, Jlilitarv Secretary ; Major Craig Wadsworth, 
Captains William Littauer, F. Norton Goddard and 
David S. Iglehart, Aides-de-camp 
Aides-de-camp detailed from the National Guard : 
Lieutenant Colonel William Henry Chapin, Sixty- 
fifth Regiment ; Lieutenant Colonel Harry Hayden 
Tread well. Twenty -second Regiment ; Captain 
George Albert Wingate, Twenty-third Regiment ; 
Captain James Madison Andrews, Thirty-sixth 
Separate Company; First Lieutenant William 
Livingston Flanagan, Second Battery; First Lieu- 
tenant Adrian Whitford Mather, Tenth Battalion; 
First Lieutenant Frank Joseph Miller, Forty-first 
Separate Company ; First Lieutenant Robert Kelly 
Prentice, Squadron "A"; Second Lieutenant James 
Wray Cleveland, Seventh Regiment ; Lieutenant 
Commander Samuel Dana Greene, Naval Militia 
Squadron A, as Escort to the Governor, 200 cavalry, 
Major Oliver Benedict Bridgman, commanding 

Second Brigade 
Brigadier General James INIcLeer, commanding 
Brigade Staff— Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Ad- 
jutant General John B. Frothingham, Lieutenant 
Colonel and .Surgeon George R. Fowler, Major and 
Engineer John W. Tumbridge, ^Major and Quarter- 
master Peter H. McNulty," Major and Ordnance 
Officer Theodore H. Babcock, Major and Judge 
Advocate Edward Marshall Grout, Major and In- 
spector W. E. C. Mayer, Major and Commissary 
Charles M. Tracy, Major Francis D. Beard, Captain 
John H. Shults, Jr., and Captain Ernestus S. Gulick, 
Aides-de-camp 

Second Signal Corps 
Captain Charles Baker Baldwin, commanding 
Forty-Seventh Regiment 
Colonel John G. Eddy, commanding 
Twenty-Third Regiment 
Colonel Alexis Cutler .Smith, commanding ; Majors 
David K. Case and William A. Stokes 
Fourteenth Regiment 
Colonel Bertram Tracy Clayton, commanding 
Thirteenth Regiment 
Lieutenant Colonel George Doan Russell, commanding 
Seventeenth Separate Company 
Captain |ohn F. Klein, commanding 
Third Battery, Gatling Guns 
First Lieutenant George Edgar Laing, commanding 
Troop C of Cavalry 
Captain Charles I. De Bevoise, commanding 
Fourth Brigade 
Brigadier General Peter C. Doyle, commanding 
Brigade .Staff— Lieutenant Colonel Lauren Woodruff 
Pettebone, Assistant Adjutant General ; ]\Iaior 
Charles Meredith Ransom, Inspector; Major Martin 
Carey, Judge Advocate ; Major John Hathaway 
Ball, Quartermaster; Major Henry Cowles Wads- 
worth, Commissary of Subsistence ; Lieutenant 
Colonel Floyd Stranahan Crego, Surgeon ; j\Iajor 
(reorge Jacob Metzger, Engineer ; Captain Theo- 
dore Butler Sheldon, Aide-de-camp. 

Fourth Signal Corps, as Escort 
Captain Charles Plumb, commanding 
Sixty-Fifth Regiment 
Colonel Samuel M. Welch, Jr., commanding 
Majors George Jacob Haffa and Charles E. P. Babcock, 
Captain Walter Fairfax Nurzey, Regimental Ad- 
jutant ; First Lieutenants Luther Calvin Holmes 
and James Ward vScribner, Battalion Adjutants 
Seventy-fourth Regiment 
Colonel George C. Fox, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel Edmund Petrie Cottle, Major 
Charles Joseph Wolf, Captain William Arthur 
Angus, Regimental Adjutant; First Lieutenants 
James Hammill Farquharson and Walter Harry 
Reed, Battalion Adjutants 

Pro\-isional Regiment, consisting of the 
First, Second and Third Battalions 
Second Battalion— First, Eighth, Thirty-fourth and 
Forty-seventh, separate companies 
Major William Wilson, commanding 
First Battalion, consisting of the Thirteenth, Twenty- 
fifth, Twent3'--ninth, Forty-second and Forty-third 
separate companies 

Major Mighells Bachman Butler, commanding 
Third Battalion, consisting of the Second, Thirtieth, 
Forty-first and Forty-eighth separate companies. 
Major Albert Mortfmer Hall, commanding 
Third Brigade 
Brigadier General Robert Shaw Oliver, commanding 
Staff — r^ieutenant Colonel Harrj'- Curtis Cushman, As- 
sistant Adjutant General; Major George Porter 
Hilton, Inspector; Captain John Patrick Treanor, 
Assistant Inspector ; Major Charles lay Buchanan, 
Judge Advocate ; Major Charles H. Gaus, Inspector 
and Ordnance Officer ; Major Horace Greeley 
Young, Quartermaster; Major Charles G. Clemin- 
shaw. Commissary of Subsistence; Lieutenant 
Colonel Herman Bendell, Surgeon ; Major Alfred 
Howard Renshaw, Engineer; Major James Hilton 



Manning and Captain Guy Ellis Baker, Aides-de- 
camp 

Third Signal Corps 
Captain Edward Jonathan Wheeler, commanding 
First Regiment, consisting of the Fourth, Eleventh, 
Sixteenth, Twentv-third, Tenth, Thirty-third, 
Third, Twentieth, Twenty-fourth, Fifteenth, Fifth 
and Fourteenth separate companies 
Colonel Robert Temple Emmett, commanding 
Majors Charles Adon Denike, Charles H. Hitchcock 
and John Kelsey Sague, First Lieutenants Michael 
Francis Carmody, Charles Sague and Lewis Sey- 
mour, Battalion Adjutants ; Major Daniel Swift 
Burr, Surgeon ; Captains John Smith Wilson and 
Maurice Cavallier Ashley, Assistant .Surgeons 
Second Regiment, consisting of the Sixth, Seventh, 
Ninth, Twelfth, Eighteenth, Twenty-first, Twenty- 
second, Thirty-first, Thirty -second. Thirty -sixth. 
Thirty-seventh and Forty-sixth separate com- 
panies 

Colonel James Horace Lloyd, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel fames Wescott Lester, Majors 
Austin Andrew Yates, Merrill M. Dunspaugh and 
Loyal Lensey Davis, Captain James Joseph Phelan, 
Regimental Adjutant 
Provisional Regiment, consisting of the Tenth and 
Fourth Battalions 
Major James L. Hyatt, commanding 
Tenth Battalion 
Captain Edgar V. Denison, commanding 

Fourth Battalion 

Captain Albert John JMiller, commanding 

Sixth Battery 

Brevet Major Laurel L. Olmstead, commanding 

First Brigade 
Brigadier General McCriskry Butt, commanding 
Brigade Staff — Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Adju- 
tant General Henry S. Clark, Lieutenant Colonel 
and .Surgeon Walter Eyre Lambert, Engineer- 
Major Frank B. Keech, Major Herbert Parsons, 
Judge Advocate; Inspector-^Iajor Newbold Mor- 
ris, Commissary-Major Robert Taylor Varnum, 
Major Schuyler .Schieffelin, Ordnance Officer ; 
Captains James W. Gerard and Frank Vinton 
Hoppin, Aides-de-camp 

First Signal Detachment as escort 
Twenty-second Regiment 
Colonel Franklin Bartlett, commanding 
Majors Walter B. Hotchkiss and Stephen F." Hart 
Ninth Regiment 
Colonel WilliaTU F. ^Morris, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas B. Rand ; IVlajors Solomon 
E. Japha and George T. Lorigan 
Twelfth Regiment 
Colonel George Rathbone Dver, commanding 
First Battery 
Captain Louis Wendel, commanding 
Fifth Brigade 
Brigadier General George Moore Smith, commanding 
Brigade .Staff— Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Ad- 
jutant General Thomas Joseph O'Donohue, Maior 
Elmore F. Austin, Major Harris B. Fisher, Major 
Charles E. Warren, Major William Ives Washburn, 
Major David P. Arnold, Captain Putnam Bradlee 
Strong and Captain W. L. Goldsborough, Aides- 
de-camp 

Seventh Regiment 
Colonel Daniel Appleton, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel William H. Kipp, Majors Tames C. 
Abrams and Augustus W. Conover. Captain De 
Witt C. Falls, Regimental Adjutant, Lieutenant C. 
O, Toussaint, Battalion Adjutant 
Sixty-Ninth Regiment 
Colonel Edward Duffy, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel Michael J.'Spellman, Captain Ad- 
jutant John A. Davidson, Battalion Adjutants 
William J. Costigan and Peter W. Maguire 
Eighth Regiment 
Colonel James Morgan Jarvis, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel Henry G, Ridabock, Majors John 
P:. Kerbv and Robert Edwards. Adjutant Wain- 
wright Parish, Surgeon Lewis K. Neff, Chaplain 
James A. Dooley 

Seventy-First Regiment 
Major William Graves Bates, commanding 

Second Battery 
Brevet SLajor David Wilson, commanding 
Xaval Militia Brigade 
Captain Jacob William Miller, commanding 
Paymaster Lieutenant Commander John G. Agar ■ 
Lieutenant F. B. Anderson, Signal Officer; Lieu- 
tenant Aaron Vanderbilt, Gunnery Officer, and 
Lieutenant G. B. Townsend. Aide 
First Battalion 
Commander William Butler Duncan, commanding 
Lieutenant Commander W. B. Franklin, Executive 
Officer; Lieutenant T- H. Barnard, Navigator ■ 
Lieutenant Alex. Duahe. Signal Officer 
Second Battalion 
Commander Robert Pierpont Forshew, commanding 
Lieutenant Commander W. G. Ford, Executive Officer- 
Lieutenant H. Patterson, Navigator ; Lieutenant 
L. P:. Tuzo, Signal Officer 

Second Separate Division 
Lieutenant Edward Newton Walbridge, commanding 
Lieutenant F. M. Enos, Ensign J. T. Leary, Ensign C. 
H. P. Vary, Surgeon W. f. Harriman 
Old Guard, City of New York 
Major S. Ellis Briggs, commanding 
Adjutant Robert P. Lvon, Aide-de-camp William H 
Truman, Captains Charles A. Stadler, L Frank 
Barry, John D. Quincy, C. Stockton Halstead 
J, Kent Mason, Charles C. Hummel, James P 
Whitfield, Dr. Homer H. Warner, William R 
Brixey, and Alonzo T. Decker 

PENNSYLVANIA TROOPS 

Governor William A. Stone, commanding ; Adjutant 

General Thomas J. Stewart, and staff " 
Provisional Brigade, consisting of the First Second 
Third and Tenth Regiments of Philadelphia, and 
Ninth Regiment of Wilkesbarre 
Brigadier General John W. Schall, commanding 
Second Regiment 
Colonel Henry T. Deckert, commanding 



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Third Regiment 
Colonel Robert RaKton, cunmandinj;;' 
Ninth Rei>:iment 
Coh:-*ne] C. Bow Dougherty. commanding- 
First Rej^inient 
Lieutenant Coh-^mel J. Lewis Gooil, c.immanding 

Tenth Re.tifinient 
Lieutenant Ci'hmel J. E. Harnett, commanding- 

XEW JERSEV^TROOPS 

l-'^irst Brigade 
Brigadier General P. Farmer Wanser, commanding 
Brigade Staff; Lieutenant Colonel John A. Parker, 
Assistant Adjutant General ; Lieutenant Col- 
onel Charles Belt wood, Inspector ; Lieutenant 
Colonel Charles F. W. Myers, Surgeon ; ^Liior 
Thomas F. Bedle. Quarterniaster ; ]\Iaj"r Allan' B. 
Wallace. Payma:>ter ; Major Robert L Hopper, 
Judge Advocate ; IVIajor S. Wood McClave, Engi- 
neer ; Captains Robert Tuttle and Tlieiidore E. 
Beck. Aides-de-camp 

First Regiment 
Colonel and Brevet Brigadier (.Teneral Edward A. 

Campbell, commanding 
Lieutenant C':)l'.'nel R. Heber Brientnall, ^Majors 
Henry W. Freeman, Charles B. Champlin and 
Frank Hayes, First Lieutenant Alvin H. Graff, 
Adiutant 

pr.urth Regiment 
C'llonel Riibert (t. Smith, commanding 
Lieutenant Colonel Joseph H. Brensinger, Majors 
Henry Lehman, Jr., Arthur L.Steele and Henry 
H. Brinkerhoff, Jr., Capti-tin Benjamin I\L Gorardon, 
Adjutant 

Gatling Gun Company A 

Captain Walter B, Adams, commanding 

First Troop 

Captain Richard Wayne Parker, commanding 

NAVAL RESERAM-: 
Battalion of the East 
Commander Washington Irving, commanding 
Lieutenant Commander Rribert H. JIcLean, Lieuten- 
ant Benjamin F. Hart, jr., Lieutenant ijunior 
Grade) and Adjutant A. Kelson Kemble 
Battalion of the West 
Co-mmander Harry R. Cohen, coramandine" 
Lieutenant William N. Howell, Lieutenant i Junior 
Grade) and Adjutant James Boyd Potter 

GEORGIA TROOPS 
Brigade commanded by Colonel Alexander R. Lawton 
of First Regiment Georgia '\''olunteers 
Provisional Regiment, composed of one battalion 
Fifth Infantry, from Atlanta 
Lieutenant Colonel Park Woodward, commanding 
Provisional Battalion, consisting of the Savannah 
Cadets, the Gorman Volunteers of Savannah, the 
Brunswick Rifles, the Waycross Rifles and the 
Thomasville Guards 
Lieutenant Colonel Jordan F. Brooks, commanding 

CONNECTICUT TROOPS 

Governor George E. Lounsbury and Staff 

Colonel Lucian F. Burpee, Brigade Commander 

First Company Governor's Foot Guards 

Major Louis R. Cheney, commanding 

Second C<"'mpan\' Go\'ernor's Foot Guards 

Major Edward" ;M. Clarke, commanding 

Second Regiment and Second Section Signal Corps 

Lieutenant Colonel T. F. Callahan, commanding 

Fourth Reg-iment and Fourth Sectirm Signal Corps 

Colonel Charles W. Hendrie, commanding 

IVIachine Gun Battery 

Captain William H. Sears, commanding 

Naval Battalion 

Commander Edward V. Raynolds, commanding 

Secrmd Company <TOvernor's Llorse Guards 

Major lAicerne Ludington, commanding 

:\IARYLANI) TRCtOpS 

h'ourth and Fifth Regiments 

Colonel Willard Howard, commanding 

SOUTH CAROLINA TROOPS 

One Regiment South Carolina Volunteers 

Colonel John D. Frost, commanding 

Battalion consisting of the Washington Light Infantry, 

German p-usileers, Sumter (iuards. Irish ^'olunteers 

and Trinons\'ille (.iuards 

Major Henry Schachte, commanding 

Battalion of lireenville Light Infantry, Smythc Rifles, 

Sumter Li.Lrht Infantry and Richland Volunteers 

:Maior E. y\. l-llythe, commanding 

NEW HAMPSHIRE TROOPS 
Governor Frank W. Rollins and Staff 
Battalion of six Companies, First Regiment 
Lieutenant Colonel E. H. Knight, commanding 
NrjRTFI CAROLINA TROOPS 
Raleigh Light Infantry 
Captain L T- Bernard, commanding 
Fayetteville Independen-L Light Infantry 
Captain Eugene Watson, commandmg 
OFHO TROOPS 
Governor Asa S. Bushnell and Staff 
Fourth Regiment, National i.iuard 
Colonel Tohn C. Speaks, commanding 
Fifth 'Regiment, National Guard 
Colonel Charles'X. Zimmerman, commanding- 
Unattached Companies of Infantry from Zancsville, 
Urbana, Wilmington and Middleton 
Gatling Gun Battery B, from Cincinnati 
INDIANA TROOPS 
Governor Tames A. Mount and Staff 
Indianapolis Light Artillery 
Captain James B. Curtis, commanding 
m'iSSISSIPPI TROOPS 
Brigadier and Adjutant General William Henry, com - 
manding : Colonel Richard M. Levy, Chief of Staff ; 
Captain I.Javid L. Shelton, Lieutenants Virgil 
Jones and John H. Buschman, Aide.s-de-camp 
Mississippi Rifles 
Captain E. :M. r^Iartin, commanding 



:MAINE TROOPS 

Signal Corps 

Captain G. W^ Butler, commanding 

FLORIDA TROOPS 

Colonel F. G. Brown, Aide-de-camp; Colonel Winfield 
Scott Proskey, Chief of ( )rdnance ; !Major E. H. 
Eldredge, Aide-de-camp, representing the Gov- 
ernor 

Jacksonville Light Infantry, The Chipley Light Infan- 
try, Pensacola ; one company from Tampa ; the 
Governor's Horse (iuards, from Tallahassee 

ALABAMA TROOPS 

Colonel A. A. Wiley, representing the Governor 

TEXAS TROOPS 

Company of Rifles of Corsicana 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TROOPS 

First Battalion, National Guard ; Company A, Second 

Battalion, National Guard ; Company B, Second 

Battalion, National Guard, and Ambulance Corps 

Captain E. C. Edwards, commanding 

unar:\ied division 

Major General Oliver Otis Howard, U.S. A., Retired, 

commanding 
Staff: Colonel Henrv H. Adams, Adjutant General 
and Chief of Staff; General James Grant Wilson, 
Quartermaster General ; Lieutenant Aaron Van- 
derbilt, Inspector General ; Captain George W. 
Brush, Assistant Adjutant General 
General Staff of Thirtv-two mounted officers of 
Civil War 
Generals Henry E- Tremain and Thomas Wilson 
Colonels Edward C. Swett, Henrv W. Leonard, Joel 
Wilson, Frank Place. Benjamin Loder, F. A. Uiter, 
George W. Marlo^v, Julius F Gerow, George Keat- 
ing, Lewis G. Bird, H. C. Allerman, Henry F. 
Herkner, Charles H, Wessels and Henry Cole 
Smith 
Majors T. D. Everts, C. A. Benton, George M. Barry, 
J. C. Wyman, Frank H. Lord, Roger B. Towner, 
G. C. St. John, L A. Wyman, J. H. Males, John F. 
Conway, Charles Everson, J. H. Walling, R. W. 
Wilcox, Edgar Ketchum, A. J. Carr and John H. 
Wood 
Chaplains Wilbur Fiske Wood, William P. Howell, 

George B. Ketchum and Henry O. Clark 
Captains fames H. Barker, Henrv B, Pae:e, L C. S. 

Hamilton, W. M, Burrows and W. H. Mickle 
Lieutenants H. B. Lister, Thomas Graham and 
Chauncey Otis Howard 

Brigade of Spanish-A})!€rican Veie}-dns 
^lajor General J. Warren Keifer, commanding 
Battalion, consisting of the famous Astor Battery and 
I\Ianhattan Borough Volunteers Spanish-American 
War 

Colonel John Jacob Astor, commanding 
First American Flag hoisted on Morro Castle, carried 

like a blanket by twelve Santiago Veterans 

Battalion consisting of Brooklyn Borough Volunteers 

of the Spanish-American War 

Colonel William Henry Hubbell, commanding 

Police Rear Guard 

SCENES ALONG THE ROUTE 
Along the entire route of march, from One 
Hundred and Twenty-second Street, on River- 
side Drive, just below Gi'ant's Tomb, down to 
the Triumphal Arch and Court of Honor, in 
Madison Square, a multitude of stands had been 
erected for the accommodation of spectators, 
many having twenty-five rows of seats. Ever)' 
window and many of the roofs along the route 
were occupied. Admiral Dewey thus passed 
through dense masses of people, all wild with 
enthusiasm and patriotic fervor. 

From the moment that the battalion of 
Olympia sailors and the Admiral's carriage 
came in sight at the beginning of the route 
until the hero alighted to review the long ci ilumn 
of troops, tumultuous cheers filled tlie warm 
September air. The Admiral was evidently 
embarrassed by the warmth of his reception and 
he told Mayor Van Wyck that it was more trying 
to his nerves than the nocturnal entrance into 
the Bav of Manila. But as these volleys of 
cheers continued to beat upon his head, the 
destroyer of Montojo's fleet .grew accustomed to 
the torrent of popular clamor, and contented 
himself with acknowledging each new salute 
bv politely touching his gold-laced chapeati. 
A beautiful feature was the immense stand 
erected on Central Park West at Seventy-second 
Street. It was occupied b)' 2,300 children 
representing all the boroughs of the consolidated 
citv. These children wore white and blue caps 
and capes, and were so arranged that those who 
wore the blue represented the word "Dewey" 
against a background of white, producing a 



very novel effect. As the Admiral's carriage 
turned out of Seventy-second Street the chil- 
dren burst into a mightv chorus with " See! the 
Conquering Hero Comes!" 

All along the route Rear Admiral Sampson 
and Rear Admiral Schley received hearty and 
enthusiastic greetings, as did also Admiral 
Dewev's fighting captains, D3-er, Lamberton, 
"Wildes and C<ighlan and Commander Walker. 

Admiral Dewev recognized Miss Helen 
Gould, as she sat on the platform in front of her 
Fifth Avenue residence, and gracefully lifted 
his chapeau, recei\-ing a smile and a bow. 

The head of the marching column was 
halted at Thirty-fourth Street to permit the 
occupants of carriages to take their places on 
the reviewing stand at Twenty -fourth Street. 
With his accustomed promptitude the Admiral 
soon signified his readiness to review the troops 
and thev began marching, nearly four hours 
being required for the entire column to pass 
that point. Admiral Dewey carefully attended 
to the acknowledgment of salutes of officers and 
he rigidly obeyed the regulations calling for 
.salutes to the national flag. A pretty young- 
woman came fonvard during the afternoon to 
present some flowers to the hero of the day. 
As the Admiral turned to accept the fragrant 
gift his eve caught sight of the Stars and Stripes 
carried by a regiment. 

" One moment. Miss," said the Admiral, as 
he lifted his chapeau to the flag. " Now I will 
take the flowers. They are very beautiful. 
Thank you very much." 

On another occasion a magnificent bunch 
of orchids was lianded to the Admiral. Learn- 
ing that the flowers had come from a lad}- 
occupying one of the Hoft'man House windows, 
he gallantly turned around and bowed his 
acknowledgments to the unknown giver. The 
next moment he was again saluting the flag he 
had so bravely unfurled in Manila Ba-s'. 
THE FINALE 

Admiral Dewey, having seen the American- 
.Spanish war veterans pass, was quicklv driven 
in company with the Mayor to the Waldorf- 
Astoria. A family party had been contem- 
plated for Saturday evening, but the strain 
on the Admiral's physical powers proved so 
severe the plan was abandoned, and soon after 
dining with his staft' he retired for the night. 
Sunday also was devoted to rest. 

THE OLYMPIA SAILORS' SJIOKER 
A smoker-vaudeville entertainment was 
given on Saturday evening to the Olympia's 
" men-behind-the-guns," in the ball room of 
the Waldorf-Astoria. The sailors were de- 
lighted with the entertainment provided for 
their amusement. They were also liriefly 
addressed by their first Captain, John J. Read, 
General Miles, Sir Thomas Lipton and Rear 
Admiral Schley, who were detected among the 
spectators in the boxes. There was an abund- 
ance of refreshments, but every Jackie present 
left the room sober but enthusiastic. 

THE ADMIRAL'S DEPARTURE 
Bright and early on Monday, October 2, the 
Admiral rose and breakfasted, finding the 
Washington committee waiting to escort him 
to Jersey City. In due time he entered the 
special train and started for Washington, 
where he received more honors, the chief 
incident being the presentation of the magnifi- 
cent sword voted him by Congress. 



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Fl.ACSllll' OI.Vlll'IA GOING NORTHWARD IN NORTH RIVER AT HEAD OF NAVAL PARADE 

FOLLOWED BY POLICE PATROL BOATS 




Brookljn Police Bo^ts 01_\mpi,i 

SCENE IN NORTH RIVER. PROTECTED CRUISER OLYMPIA AND ARMORED CRUISER BROOKLYN 

ESCORTED BV POLICE BOATS TO ANCHORAGE 



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ADMIRAL DEWEY ASCENDING TO THE BRIDGE OF THE OLYMPIA TO SEE WATER PARADE PASS IN REVIEW 

THE ENTIRE NAVAL E'ARADE PASSED THE OI.V.MPIA 




Sand\ Hook Edward T. Dalzell 

HEAD OF THE WATER PARADE. P(JLICE BOATS CLEARINIi THE WAY FOR THE WAR FLEET 
THE SANIiV HocjK, THE FI.AOSHU' OF THE CITY 



Leonard Richards 




TUGS TURXING AT THE FLOAT "VICTORY" TO PASS THE OLYMPIA IN REVIEW 

JUST NORTH riF GRANT'S TOMB 



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Chaiincey M. Ilepew 



'1''" CopNTight, iSqq, hy James Burton 

TAMMANY LEADER RICHARD CROKER AND UNITED STATES SEXATUR CHAUNCEV M. DEPEW 

CHATTING ON THE STEAMliOAT " TATKOL " WHILE GOING TOGETHER TO MEET ADMIRAL DEWEY 



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St. Clair .McKi:U\ay 
Chairman 



Cliaiincey M. Depew Warren W. Foster (len. Howard Carroll Richard Croker William IMcAdoo Alfred M. Downcs 

United States Senator Sec'y Exec Com. Ch. Naval Parade Com. Tammany Leader Ex.-Ass't Sec'y Navy Sec'y to Mayor Van Wyck 

THE SPECIAL RECEPTION COMMITTEE, ON THE POLICE BOAT "PATROL" 
ON THEIR WAY TO \'ISI1' ADMIRAL DEWKV. PHOTOGRAPH COPYRIGHTED BY' JAME.S BURTON' 




George Goodwin Ilewey 



Capt, Beiij. P. Laniberton 



Photo, by James Burton 



GEORGE GOODWIN DEWE^', THE AD.MIRAL'.S SON, AND CAPT. BENJAMIN P. LAMBERTON 

ON THE DECK OF THE "OLYMPIA" 



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ADMIRAL DEWEV ON THE BRIDGE OF THE "OLVMPIA" REVIEWING THE PARADE 
TdRPEDO liclAT "I'MRTER" IX KRdXl' 



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HATTI.E SHIP •■INDIANA" PASSING THE STATUE OF LIPERTV 
c'X IIKR WAV TO EXl'FR XOKIH RIVKR 




The Flo.n I Iii^ " M.niiiiiii; ' 

REVENUE CUTTER "MANNING" PASSING THE TRIUMPHAL FLOAT ON LINE OF RE\"IEW 



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YACHT SyUAIlRON PREPARINC, In PASS THK "DIAMPIV" IX RK\'IK\V, IIFF ONK HUXDKl'.Il AXTi THIRTIETH STREET 




Commercial Cable Empire Illdg. Manliattan Illdj;, 

BATTIT-: SHIP "MASSACHUSETTS" 
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ARMORED CRUISER "NEW YORK," REAR-ADMIRAL SAMPSON'S FLAG SHIP, LEADING THE NORTH ATLANTIC SQUADRON 




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THE STEAMER "JOHN H. STARIN " AND OTHER EXCURSION BOATS IN THE NAVAL PARADE 




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Cf)RNELL STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S STEAMBOATS AND TUGS IN THE NAVAL PARADE 



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rHOTOGRAPHED ON BOARD THE "OLYJIPIA" 



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^\'<l^ner ^'a^ Xorden 

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Patrolman Fratik Kelly 



Admiral Dewey 



Richard Croker 



St. Clair McKelway 
MAVOR VAN W^'CK PRESENTING THE CITV'S ( iOLD LOVING CUP TO ADMIRAL DEWEV 




Capt. F. Wildes Warner Van Norden ( len . Howard Carroll 

The Cup .Mayor \"an Wyck Coy. Roo.^evelt Admiral Dewey 



Admiral Schley 



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PRESENTATION OF NEW YORK CITV'S GOLD LOVING CUP TO ADMIRAL DEWEY BY MAVOR VAN WYCK 



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rKKI'AR A [OKV 1A> THE KIAIIW 1>I' I'UE l.AMi I'ARAllF. 




REAR-APMIRAI HFNRV L. HOWISOX AND RAXDOLrH C.rC.GENHEIMFK, RRFSIPENT OF THE COrNClF 

FASSING IHROUCH COlA'MHfS CIRCLF 



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MAJOR-r;ENKKAL NF.LSON A. MILES AND EX-VICE-PRESIDENT EEVI P. MORTON 
IN THE TAKAIlE (JN RIVKRSIllE IIRIVK 




RhAR-AD-MIRAL WILLIAM THOM-VS SAMPSON ANU HON. THOMAS FRANCIS WOOUS, PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

ARRINING AT RE\IE\\ING STA.XD IN MADLSON SnUARE 



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SAILORS OF ADMIRAL DEWEY'S FLAC SHIP "OLYMPIA' 
PASSINC, THROUGH THE ARCH AFTER REVIEW 



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PASSIN'G IN RKVIEW IN THE ClirRT OK HijNOR 




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THE TWENTV-THIRD RECUIENT, N. G., N. V., COLONEL ALEXIS C. SillTH, COILMANDING 
HRliOKLYN's favorite command 5IARCHING PAST THE GRAXT TOME 




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THE TENTH (PENNSMAAN 1 A) REGIMENT, VNITEH STATES VOLUNTEERS, LIEUT. -COL. J. E. PARNETT, COMMANDING 

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LIGHT r.ATTVRV C. SEVENTH UNITED STATES ARTILLERY 
,M.\RCHING IN COLUMN OF GLNS, AT THE GRANT TOME 



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In the City of New York 




C. G. Gunther's Sons Fifth Avenue Hotel The Arcli Twenty-tliird St. 

GUNTHER'S FUR HOUSE, FIFTH AVE. HOTEL AND DEWEY ARCH 

WAITING FOR THE PARADE AT TWENTY-THIRD STREET 



Cambridge Waldorf-Astoria 

THE WALDORF-ASTORIA, WHERE THE ADMIRAL WAS A GUEST 
HEAD OF COURT OF HONOR. PHOTO. BY FALK PRIOR TO PARADE 




THE SEVENTH REGIMENT, NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD, COLONEL DANIEL APPLETON, COMMANDING 
WHILE HALTED ON EIGHTH AVENUE, CENTRAL PARK WEST. PHOTO. BY PACK BROS. 



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In the City of New York 



137 




BRIGADIKR-GKNERAL 



JAMF.S McLEER ANH STAFF, N. < 
PASSING TIIF, ("IlLUMBUS CIRCLE 



., N. \.. COMMANMlING THE SECOND liRIGADE 
>N FIFTY-NINTH STKKET 




MAJOR-GENERAL OLIVER OTIS HOWARD, COiniANLlNG UNARMED HINISIOX, AND STAFF 
PASSING ARGUND THF COLUMBUS STA'l'UE ON FIFTY-NINTH STREET 




BRIGADIER-GENERAL McCOSKRY BUTT AND BRKTADE STAFF, N. G, , N. Y, , COMMANDING THE FIRST BRIGADE 

PASSING FROM F^GHTH AYENUE INTO FIFTY-NINTH S PREET 



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I'ASSINC IN RE\'I}'.\V IN IIADISUN SIHIAKE 




UNITED STATES MARINES, OF THE liROOKIA'N NAVY ^I'ARD 
I'ASSING IN RFA'IFAV, NKAR WORTH MONUMENT 




i,i(;ht i;atter\" c, sevI';nth united statics artillery 
i'assixc, ix re\ie\v in colrt of iioxur 



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139 




mix. THKoDdki-; RoiisF.VKi;r, (;("iverni>k ok new vork, sai.i'tixi,; ahajiral dewey in churt oe huxhr 

ATTENDED BY A DJUTAXT-GENl'.RAL AVERY D. ANDREWS 




THE NEW YORK SE\EXTH REGIMENT 
MARCHING THROUGH THE ARCH, AFTER PASSING IN REVIE\\ 



140 



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In the City of New York 




SEVENTH RE(;niENT, N. G., X. V., LEAVINM; IHI'-, PEAZA ANP ENTERINC, EIETH AVENUE AT FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET 

IX FRON'l' OF TIIH roKNELIUS VANIJERBILT RESIDENCE 




Brevoort House 



Wiishiugton Square 



SI^\■^;N■|■^'-ITRST REGIMENT, IIF NEW \'()RK 
MAKCHrXG TIIROUCIl TIIK WASHINGTON CENTENNIAI, ARCH, IN WASniNGT(JN SQUARE 




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GIA'ERNDR WIl.ELAM 
FROM FIFTV-NIN III SIREEI 



A. S'ldNi: AND STAEI', OF FENNSVEVANIA 

N'lo ITFTII A\'ENUE, AT PI.AZA EN'IRANCE TO CENTRAL PARK 



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MARCHING THROUl'.H THE COLUMHUS STATUE CIRCLE ON FIFTV-N I NTH SI REET 





GOVERNOR GEORGE E. LOUNSBURV, OF CONNECTICUT 
AT THE HEAT) OF THE GOVERNOR'S FOOT GUARDS AND CONNECTICUT TROOPS 



GOVERNOR K'n\ S. EUSHNELL, OF OHIO 
AT THE HFAIl OF THE OHIO TROOT'S 




BRIGADIER-GENERAL P. FARMER WANSER, COMMANDING NEW JERSEV TROOPS, AND STAFF 
IN THE COLUMBUS STATUE CIRCLE ON FIFTY-NINTH STREET 



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In the City of New York 




Admiral Dewey 

THE FIFTH MARYLAND REGIMENT, OF BALTIMORE 
PASSING A^)^rIRAI, IIF.WEY in rOlIKT OF HONOR 




OLD GUARD, CITY OF NEW YORK 
TUR\I\r, INTO FIFTH AYENUE AT THE PLAZA, AT FI I'l'Y-XINTH STREliT 




Brevoort House Filtli Avenue Washington Square 

THE OLD GUARD MARCHING UNDER THE WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL ARCH IN WASHINGTON SQUARE 



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Fifty-eighth Street Riding CUib Plaza Bank on Fifth Avenue Covneliiis Vanderbilt l^esidence 

SPECTATORS AT PI.AZA HANK AND VANDERBILT RESIDENCE, AT FIFTH AVENUE AND FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET 
WAITINC, FOR THE PARADE JUST BELOW THE FIFTH AVENUE PLAZA 




EXTKAI. PARK WEST (EIGHTH AVENUE), WHERE THE PARADE TURNED EASTWARD INTO FIFTY-NINTH STREET 
POLICE I-N' FRONT OF DURLAND'S RIDING ACADEMY, KEEPING CLEAR THE ROADWAY FOR LAND PARADE 



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145 




THE OLD RESERVOIR ON FIFTH AVEXUI-, (WEST SIDE) FROM FORTIETH TO FORTY-SECOND STREETS 
ITS FINAL USE liEFORK KEMLIVAL Fi'K THE XEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY' 




NEW ENGLAND WOMEN'S GRAND STAND, SIXTY-FIRST STREET AND CENTRAL PARK WEST 
NORTHERN FART OF DURLAND'S RIDING ACADEMY 




5UPDEN AMBULANCE CALL FOR ACCIDENT 1\ COURT OF HONOR 
NEAR THE WORFII MONUMENT 



146 



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In the City of New York 




ADMIRAL DEWEY AND HIS FIGHTING CAPTAINS 
PASSING rUE TF;MPLE EMANU-EL, FIFTH AVENUE AND FOKTV-FOURTII STREET 



Temple Emanu-El 




MAJOR-GENERAL MILES, 



VICET'RESIDEXT MORTON, CAPTAIN FRANCIS MICHLER, A. D. C. 
PASSING DOWN FIFTH AVENUE, AT THIRTY-FOURTH STREET 



AND EDWARFJ LAUTERBACH 



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147 





THE UNION LEAGUE CI, UP. HOUSE 
FIFTH AVENUE, NORTHEAST CORNER (.)F THIRTY-NINTH STREET 



THE IINIVERSITY CLUB HOUSE 
FIFTH AVENUE, NORTHWEST CORNER OF FIFTY-EOURTH STREET 




KNICKERBOCKER CLUB HOUSE 
FIFTH AVENUE, NORTHEAST CORNER OF THIRTY-SECOND STREET 



Catlieclral Buckingham Hotel Democratic Club 

DEMOCRATIC CLUB, BUCKINGHAM HOTEL AND CATHEDRAL 
FIFTH AVENUE AND FIFTIETH STREET 



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In the City of New York 




PRESIDENT McKINLEV AND VICE-PRESIDENT HOBART 
AT ELIiERON, LONG BRANCH, NEW JERSEY 




CAPT. FRANK WILDES 

iF THK ■' llfisTMN," A'l MANILA UAY 



CAPT. CHARLES V. CRI1)I,LY 

01" THE "(_>T,VMPIA, ' AT MANILA I!AV 



CAPT. PENjAiMIN P. LAMBERTON 

Clin l~ ML S'i.AFI'", AT MANILA DAY 



CAPT. JOSEPH P.. COGHLAN 

OF THE " KALHK.H," AT MANILA BAY 





CAPT. NEHEMIAH U. DYER 

OF THE '■ BALTIMURH," AT .MA.MLA BAY 



COMMANDER ASA WALKER 

OF THE "cONCORDj" AT MANILA BAY 



CAPT. D. B. HODGSON 

OF THE " MC CULLUCH," AT MANILA BAY 



COM. EDWARD P. WOOD 

OF THE '"PETKEL," AT MANILA BAY 



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149 




REAR-ADM. JOHN H. UPSHUR 

RETIRED JUNE 1, 1SS5 



REAR-AI)^[. FRANCIS A. ROE 

KF-TliaU) OCT. 4, 1XS5 



REAR-ADM. CHARLES S. NORTON KEAR-ADM. MONTGOMERY SICARD 

KETIKEU ATI.. lO, I SyS RETIRED SEIT. 30, 1898 



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CAPT. ROBLEY D. EVANS 

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COM. FREDERICK WATK[NS 

\UXILIARY CRUISCN "vALB" (TIIR " IWKlft*') 



CAPT. FRANCIS A. COOK 

F()R^1ER1,^■ OF THE " BROOKLYN " 



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RF,Al;-ADMIRAL SAMPSOX, CAPT. CHADWICK, AND STAFF OFFICERS 
0\ THF, CRUISER "NEW YORK" 






THF. (;OLD LOVIN(; CUP PRESENTEll TO ADMIRAL DEWEV BY THE CITY OF NEW YORK 
PRESENTATION' rKREMONIES SHOWN ON FAGE I 26 




Major Zebiiia K. J. Addison Porter, Admiral WA'.Cox, ol Train Master Station Master 

Pansburn President McKinley's Dewey Wasldn^'ton FxK\in T. Mander Louis Reefer 



Roundsman 
John J. Jackson 



Chief of Police 
P.enjamin Murphy 



ADMIRAL DEWE\'S DEPARTURE. LANDINO IN JERSEY CITY, OCIOBER 2, iSgv, EN ROUTE TO WASHINGTOiN 



Index to Portraits, Views and Text 



Abbott, D.D., Rev. Lyman. .. 

Abell, Henry E 

Abraham, Abraham 

Abrams, Major James C 

Ackerman, Jacob D 

Adams, Frederick Thompson. . 

Adams, Col. Henry H 

Adams, Herbert 

Adler, Charles S 

Agar, Lieut, -Com. John G 

Agnew, John Thomson 

Ahearn, John Francis 

Alabama Troops 

Albermarle Hotel 

Aldermanic Committee 

Alexander, James Waddell 

Alexander, Robert Carter 

AUerman, Col. H. C 

Alhng, Asa Ailing 

" Aloha," Yacht. 

Ambulance Call 

Andrews ,jGen. .31, no, 117, iy\, 

Andrews, Constant A. 

Andrews, Bishop Edward G. . . 

Andrews, George Pierce 

Apgar, Allen Stoddard 

Appleton, Col. Daniel ('i, 

Armstrong, Robert Burns 

Aronson, Rudolph 

Asiatic Squadron 

Astor, Col. John Jacob 40, no, 
Atkinson, Gov. Geo. W. . . no, 

Atterbury, Walter B 

Auditing Committee 

Bacchus, Rev. John Greenwood 

Baerer, Henry 

Ball, Henry A 

Ball, Major John H 

*■' Baltimore," The 6, 

Banks, David 

Banta, Theodore Melyin 

Barnard, Joseph Folger ; 

Barnes. Gen. Alfred Cutler. . . . 

Barnett, Lieut. -Col. J. E 

Barrett, George Carter 

Barsotti, Carlo 

Bartlett, Col. Franklin 4O, 

Bartlett, Willard 

Bassford, Thomas Smith 

Bates, Major William Graves ji, 

Baum, Joseph 

Bausch, Jacob Edward 

Bayley, Lieut. -Com. W. B. n6, 

Beach, Miles 

Beekman, Henry Rutgers 

Belmont, Oliver Hazard Perry. 

Belmont, Perry 20, 

Benedict, Read 

Bennett, James Gordon 

Bergen, Tunis G 14 

Bernhard, Rev. Hartman F.. , . 

Berri, William 33, no, n3, 

Bidwell, George R 

Bigelow, Clarence Otis 

Bird, Col. Lewis C, 

Birthplace of Admiral Dewey. . 

Bissell, George ', . . 

Bitter, Karl 

Bischoff, Jr., Henry 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert 

Blair, James Alonzo 

Blanchard, James Armstrong. . 

Blue, Lieut. Victor 

Blumensteil, Emanuel, . 76, no, 

Blumenthal, Joseph 

Bodine, Benjamin Jefferson 107, 

Boldt, George C 

Bonner, Robert Edwin 

Boodv, David Augustus 27, 

Bookstaver, LL.D., Henry W. 

Booth, Henry Prosper 

" Boston," The 6, 

Bowley, Frederick 5S, 

Bowling Green B'ding no, 112, 

Boyle, J. J ......... 

Boyle, James William 

Bradley, Thomas Josepli 

Brady, Anthony Nicholas 

Brady, Thomas Joseph 

Brainard , Frank 

Bremner, Col. Andrew A 

Brennan, Edward C 

Brennan, Isaac Bell 

Brennan, John F 

Breslin, James Henry 

Brevoort House 140, 

Brewster, George T 

Brice, Major Stewart Meiley56, 

Briggs, S. Ellis 'loS, 

Eritt, Philip John 

Brockway, Col. Horace H.. .70, 

Brodsky, John Ernst 

Brookfield, William 21, 

" Brooklyn " ng, 122, 124, no, 

Brooklyn Bridge log. 

Brooks, James Wihon 

Brooks, l,t.-Col. Jordan F.... 
Brower, George Vanderhoof . . . 

Brown, Col, David S 

Brown, George G 

Brown, George Preston 

Brown, Thomas J. , 

Brown, Wilbur C 

Brown, Col, William L. 24, no. 
Brumby, Lt. T, M. .6, 112, n3, 
Bryant. M. D., Joseph Decatur 
Bryant, William Cullen 42, no, 

Buberl, Caspar 

Buckingham, Oliver Wheaton . . 

Buermann, Charles.. 

Bulkley, Frank 

Bull, M.D., Wm. Tillinghast.. 

Bunce, Admiral Francis M 

Burke, John Thomas 

Burleigh, Col. John L 

Burnett, Gen. Henry Lawrence 



117 
104 

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51 



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9 

7, 9 



105 
71 
S3 

73 
57 



117 
7 
19 
72 
93 
61 

14Q 
69 



Burpee, Col. Lucian F n8 

Burrell, George Andrew. .. .102, 117 

Bushnell, Gov. Asa S. .no, ny, 141 

Butler, Jr., William Allen 33 

Butt, Gen. McCoskry. . ,31, 137, n7 

Butterheld, Gen. Daniel.. 14, 15, no 

Caddagan, John Peter 54 

Cahill , Edward 71 

Cain, John T 91 

Caldwell, John Sipple 88 

Calhoun, John Caldwell 37, no, n7 

Calkins, Hiram 42 

Callahan Lt.-Cul. T. F n8 

Campbell, Daniel 67 

Campbell, Gen. Edward A 118 

Campbell, Felix 55 

Campbell, Rev. Thomas J 50 

Cannon, Henry White 19 

Carleton, Will f-,. 

Carpenter, Samuel 68 

Carroll, Alfred Thomas 85 

Carroll, Gen, Howard 14, 15, 

loq, no, 114, n7, 126, 143 

Carroll, John Francis 2S, no 

Carter, James Coolidge 21, n4 

Cassidy, Joseph 107,110, T17 

Castle (Jarden 122 

Cathedral, St. Patrick's 147 

Chadwick, Capt. F. K,.n6, i4g, 150 
Chairmen of Committees. . i^, 15, 16 

Chapin, Lt.-Col. Wm. H.. , no, n? 

Chenery, Lt.-Com. Leonard. . . 1^3 

Cheney, Frank Woodbridge. . . 41 

Cbenoweth, Alex. Crawford. . . 62 

"Chicago," The log, no, n6 

Christman, George Bernard. . , . 107 

CityHall n4, ng 

Clailin, John 33 

Clark, Cyrus 65 

Clark, Lt.-Col. Henry S n7 

Clarke, Thomas S q 

Clausen, George Caspar 14, 16 

Clayton. Col. Bertram T. . . .80, ny 

Clews, Henry 22 

Cocheu, Fred C 85 

Cockey, Otho Sprigg 68 

Coffey, Michael Joseph g6 

Coffin, George Clark 81 

Cogblan, Capt. .6, loS, n4, i t6, 148 

Cogswell, William Sterling. . . . ..,2 

Cohen. Com. Harry R n8 

Cohen, Nathan Solomon Sg 

Cohen, William Nathan 67 

Cohn, Charles Lewis 55 

Cole, Henry Oscar ,S4 

Cole, William J So 

Cole, William Lindsay S2 

Coler, Bird S...14, 16, no, 114, 117 

Collier, Edward L gj 

Collins, Cornelius Francis 94 

Collyer, D.D., Rev, Robert. . . 32 

Color Guard of the Olympia. . . 131 

Columbus Circle 127, 141 

Colvocoresses, Lt.-Com. G. P. 116 

Commercial Cable Building 122 

" Concord," The 116 

Conklin, Eugene Henrj' 40 

Conklin, George 8g 

Conlan, Lewis Joseph 38 

Connecticut Troops 118 

Constable, James Mansell 30 

Coogan, James J 106 

Cook, Capt. Francis A i4g 

Cooper, Edward 17 

Copeland, Capt. Theron 126 

Cornell Steamboat Co 124 

Corrigan, Archbishop M. A. .20, no 

Corsa, Andrew J 42 

Corwine, William Rossell 42 

Cosby, M.D., John B 66 

Cottle, Lt.-Col. Edmund P.... n? 

Cotton, Charles H go 

Coudert, Frederic Ren^ 66 

Couper, William 7 

Cowing, Rufus Billings 32, no, 117 

Cox, W. v., of Washington., . . 150 

Cozier, William Coghlan SS 

Grain, Thomas C. T 32 

Cramp , Charles H 117 

Crego, Lt.-Col. Floyd .S ny 

Crimmins, Thomas Emmet.... 70 

Crisp, William Benton 71 

Croft, Silas Chapman 50 

Croker, Richard. . .28, log, no, 113 

114, 117, 123, 126 

Cromwell, ( Jeorge 58, 1 10 

Cross, Police Inspector. . . . 132, 143 

Cukor, Morris 56 

Cullen, Edgar M 51 

Cullen^ Thomas H g6 

Cummmgs, Amos Jay 60, i to 

Curran, James 6j 

Cushman, Lt.-Col. Harry C... iiy 

Dahlgren, Admiral y 

Daly, Michael T 2g 

Dalzell, Edward T 120 

L")alzell, Fred B lox, ni 

Damrosch, Walter 20, no 

Dana, Paul 32 

I")aniell, John Francis 73 

Davenport, William B 51 

Davis, David Floyd g') 

Davis, Gherardi gj 

Davis, Vernon I\l 41, no, 116 

Dayton, Charles Willougliby, . 40 

Decker, Alonzo T 108, ny 

Deckert, Col. Henry T n7 

Deering, William Alloway S3 

Deeves, Richard 25 

De Frece, Abram Brougham.. Si 

De Graw, Abraham C go 

Deiafield, Lewis Livingston, . . 35 

Delafield, Richard t8 

Delmonico's 146 

Ltelmour, John M 52 

Delmour, Lawrence 28 



Demarest, M.D., John Heryey 

Democratic Club 

Depew, Chauncey M. . .30, 123, 
1 10, 113, 1 14, 

De Peystor, Johnston L 

.Devery, Chief of Police 

l.iewey, Adm. George. .3-6, 109, 

n2-n6, nS, 120, J2I, 126, 127, 

143. I4'3, 

Dewey Arch 7,8, 10, 

Dewey, Charles 4 

Dewey, Edward 

T)ewey, Edward Wilkins .. . ,gS, 
] lewey, I )r. Julius Yemans. . . . 
Dewey, Mrs. Susan ]>. Goodwin 

1 )e Witt, WiUiam Cantine 

1 )eyo, Robert E 

Dickey, William Dhu 

Dickinson, Col. And. Glassell.. 

Dickinson, George H 

Dill, Jr., Robert (jrant 

Iiibon, Charles Patrick 

] )illun, William Barley 

1 'istrict of Columbia Troops., . 
r)ittenhoefer. Abram Jesse, . . . 

I )iv\'er, Patrick 

Dudge, Gen. Grenville Mellen. 

Doelger, Sr., Peter 

Dog, Dewey's Chinese 

Doll, Edwin Nicholas 

1 )onnelly, Thomas Frederick. . 
I)onohue, Matthew P'rancis.... 
Dooley, Matthew Edward. .104, 

Dooling, Peter Joseph 

" Dolphin," Sailors of 

Doty, M.D., Aivah H 

Dougherty, Col. C. Bow 

Doughty, George W 

Downes, A. M. 16, log, 116, 117, 

Dovle, John F 

Doyle, Gen. Peter C 

Driggs, Edmund Hope 

Duffy, Col. Edward 35, 

Duffy, Wilham Jay 

Dugro, Philip Henry 

Dun Building no, 115, 

Dunn, Thomas Joseph 

Durland's Riding Academy 144, 
Dutcher, Silas Belden..23, no, 

Duval, Charles Louis 

r)uval, Horace Clark 

Dyer, Gov. Elisha 

Dyer, Col. Geo. R 

Dyer, Capt. N. I\L.. .6, n4-n6, 

Dykman, Jackson (Jdell 

Eanies, Francis L 

Earle, Gen. Ferdinand Pinney, 

Ebbets, Charles H 

Eddy, Col. John G 

Edson , Franklin 

Egan, John J 

Egan, Sergeant Wm. C 

Ehret, George 

Elias, Albert J 

Pllliott, PVank Curtis 

Elsberg, Nathaniel Albert 

Ely, Smith 

Emmett, Col. Robert T 

Empire Building no, 

Erben, Admiral Henrj' 

Erection of Stands Committee. 

Erlanger, Mitchell Louis 

Evans, Henry 

Evans, R. D 

Executive Committee 

Fair, Thomas Abernethy 

Fairchild, Julian r>ouglas 

Fallows, Edward Huntington.. 

Fanning, N. O .14, 16, no, 

Farragut, Admiral 

Farrell, Thomas J 

Featherson, Maurice. 

Feeny, James 

Feigl, Col. Fred 

Feitner, Thomas Lowe 58, 

Fell, Laurence Thomas 

Fifth Ave., North from the Arch 

Fifth Avenue Hotel 8, 

Fifth Maryland Regiment 

Finn , Daniel Edmund 

Finn, John B 

Firuski, Louis L 

Fitzgerald, f'>ank T 34, 

Fitzgerald, James 28, 

p'itzgerald, John B 

Fitzgerald, John J 

Fitzgerald, Gen. Louis 

Fitzsimons, James Michael .... 

Flinn, Joseph Andrew 

Flint, Charles Ranlett ig, 

l''loats n2, 1 21 J, 

Florida Troops 

Flower, Anson Ranney 

Foley, Samuel J 

Foley, Thomas F 

Folks, Homer 

Foot Guards of Connecticut.., . 

Ford, John 

Ford, Simeon 

Forshew, Com. Robert P 

Fort Sumter 

Foster, W.W.. 14,16, iog,r 10, 1 13, 

Fowler, Jacob 

Fowler, Lt.-Col. Geo. R 

Fox, Col. George C 

Fox, John 

Francisco, Charles H 

Francisco, Charles L 

Freedman , Andrew 

Freedman, John Joseph 

French, Daniel Chester y, 

French , Henry 

Friederich, Dr. John 

Friedlander, Albert 

Friedsam , David 

Froehlich, David 



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106 
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86 
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Fromrae, Isaac 28 

Frothingham, Lt.-Col. John B. ny 

( laffney, James E ny 

Gale, Cyrus B q- 

( Gallagher, Francis P go 

Galway, James 86 

Gardiner, Col. Asa Bird 29 

Garretson, Garret James 100 

Gatewood, Surg. Jas. D,...n6, 129 

Gaynor, William J ^8, no 

Geiger, Henry 105 

("ieis, John Frederick 88 

( ielert, Johannes S 7 

(lelshenen, William Henry,... 21 

( ;eorgia Troops 118 

Gerken Buildmg 122 

Cierow, Col. Julius F nS 

Gerry, Elbridge Thomas 36 

(Therardi, Admiral Bancroft 108 

Gibbons, Lieut. John H...n6, 129 
Giegerich, Leonard Anthony.. . 25 
Gilbert, M.D., Charles Edward 67 

Gildersleeve, Henry Alger 36 

Oilman, Theodore P 66 

Gilroy, Thomas Francis 17 

Gleason, Patrick Jerome 57 

Oledhill, William Henry 103 

Goddard, Ralph 7 

Godkin, P^dwin Lawrence 36 

Goepel, Paul 50 

("^off , John William 22 

Gompers, Samuel 78 

Good, Lieut. -Col. J. Lewis.,.. nS 

(;;oodwin. Gov. Ichabod 3 

Goodman, Elias 102, ny 

Goodwin, Frank J no, n? 

( ;ottheil, Rev. Gustav 56 

Gould, (jcorge Jay 24 

Gould, Howard ni 

Grace, William Russell ly 

Grace.(W. R.) Merchant's Line. 109 

Grady, Thomas Francis 2g 

(>rant, Hugh J 17, no 

Grant Tomb .. ,109, 112, nS, 123 

Graybill, James Edward 100 

fireen, Andrew Haswell 18 

Green, Joseph Isaiah 93 

Greene, Gen. FrancisV,23, 108, in 
Greene, Lt.-Com. Samuel D, . , 117 
(;reer, D.D,, Rev. David H.., 4_| 

Grell, William Frederick 5S 

Gridley, Captain Charles V...6, 148 

Grossman, George J 76 

Grout, Edward M 24,110, 117 

Gruber, Abraham 43 

Guggenheimer, R. 14, 16,110,116, 127 

Guider, Joseph A i,i 

Guilfoyle, John 67 

Gumbleton, Henry Aloysius. . . 76 
Gunnison, H. F....14, 16, no, 117 

Haffen, Louis Francis 61, no 

Haggerty. Henry F gg 

Haight, Charles C 7 

Haines, John Peter 54 

Halloran. John gg 

Halstead, ^lurat 20, 1 10, i ly 

Hammann, Carl F y 

Hammond, David S 37 

Harber, Lt.-Com. Giles B 117 

Harburger, Julius 95 

Harrington, Dennis John 103 

Harris, Samuel 87 

Hart, Edward William qq 

Hart, Harry C 106 

Hart, Julius S5 

Hartley, Jonathan S 9 

Hartigan, Rev. Patrick Y 71 

Hawk, William Samuel 37 

Hayes, Nicholas J 106 

Heald, Daniel Addison 55 

Hearst, William R 74, no, 117 

Hedges, Job Elmer 37, no 

Hein, Lt.-Col. Otto L 117, 13s 

Hendrie, Col. Henry \\' nS 

Hendrix, Joseph Clifford 54 

Hennessy, Frank 105 

Henry, M.D., Nelson H g5, n6 

Henry, Gen. Wm. M 117 

Herkner, Col, Henry F nS 

Hertle, John Charles 5S 

Hess, Jacob ob 

Hester, Col \\"illiam 47, m 

Hewitt, Abram Stevens 17 

Heyzer, Charles Henry loS 

Hicks, Henry A " 62 

Higley, M'arren 72 

Hillis, Rev. Newell Dwight..., 70 

Hirsch, \\'illiam Crawford S3 

Hirschberg. Michael Henry..., gg 

Hitchcock, Hiram 24 

Hobart, Vice-Pres. Garret A... 14S 

Hobb=, Edward H 100 

Hobbs, Ichabod G i4g 

Hobson. Lieut. Richmond P... 149 

Hodgson, Captain D, B 6, 14S 

Hoe, Robert 30 

Hoffman, lienjamin g4 

Hoffman House 131, 143 

Holahan, Maurice Francis.. 33, no 
Holland, Major John B . . , 105, 116 

Hollister, Martin Luther 67 

Home Life Insurance Co, .. 114, 115 

Homer, Col. Charles F 23 

Hopkins, Gustavus Clarke yo 

Horgau , Arthur J 57 

Hornblower, William Butler,.. 25 
Hottenroth, Adolph C. 64, no, 117 

Houghton, Frank Royall 65 

Houston, Lieut. -Co m.NelsonT, 117 

Howard, Jr., Joseph 25 

Howard, Gen. O. O.. nS, 130, 137 

Howard, Col. William nS 

Howison, Admiral Henry L.. . , 109 
1 10, 1 16, 127, 150 

Howland, Gardiner G 22 

Howland, Henry Elias 26 



Hoyt, Henry Reese 

Hubbard, Harmanus B 

Hubbell, Col. William H 

Hull, Commodore 

Hummell, Frederick Phillip,,. . 

liuntington, Collis Potter 

Hurry, Lieut. Col. Gilford 

Ide, George Edward 

" Indiana," The. .no, 116, 121 , 

Indiana Troops 

Ingersoll, Charles D 

Ingraham, George Landon .... 

Ingraham, Henry C. M 

Isaacs, Myer Samuel 

Iselin, Charles Oliver 

Ives, Pirayton 

Jackson, Roundsman John J , . 

Jackson, M.D., Meyer 

Jacobs, Abraham Lincoln 

Jacobus, M.D., Arthur M 

Jacobus, John Wesley 

James, Darwin R 

James, Edward Frederick 

Jaques, Washington Lee 

Jarvis, Col. James M 

Jefferson, Toseph 

Jenkins, M.D,, William T 

Jeuks, Almet Francis 

Jesup, Morris Ketchum 

Jetter, J. Edward 

Johnson, Walter Loveridge.. . . 

Johnston, Walter S 

Jones, John M 

Jones, Commodore Paul 

Juengst, Charles 

Juhring, John C 

Jumel, Gen. Allen 

Kaldenberg, ?>ederick R 

Kane , James 

Kane, John P 14, 16, no, 

Kane, Samuel Nicholson 

Kaufmann, Edward 

Keahon, Patrick Henry 

Kearney, Henn,' S, . ■■ 

Keating, Kdward Francis 

Keating, Col. (Jeorge 

Keating, James P 

Keefer, Station Master Louis. . 

Keely, Patrick S^'lvester 

Keenan, Patrick 

Keene, James Robert 

Keifer, Gen. J. Warren 

Keller, John William 

Kelley, John Colter 

Kellogg, Henry Niles 

Kellogg, Luther Lallin 

Kellv, Frank 

Kenney, Ilartholomew F 

Kenny, William J. K...74, no, 

Keppier, Rudolph 

Ketchum, Major Edgar 

King, Edward 

King, Gen. Horatio Collins. Si. 

King, William Frederick 

Kipp, Lt.-Col- Wm. H 

Knickerbocker Club 

Knight. Lt.-Col. E. H 

Knowles, Edwin 

Knox, Charles Henry 77, 

Knox, Edward Martin 

Koch, John Philip 

Konti, Isidore 

Kugelman, Julius Gustav 

Kiihne, Percival 

Kullman, Charles J 

La Farge, John 

Lamb, Charles R 

Lambert, Lt.-Col. Walter E. . . 

Lamberton, Capt. Benj. P. . .6, 

nz, 113, n5, 

Lamberton, Charles Lytle 

Lamont, Daniel Scott 

" Lancaster," The 

'■ Lancaster," Sailors of the . . . 

Land Parade , The 

Lane, Smith Edward 

Langdon, Woodbury 

Lansing, Ralph Saxton 

Lantry, Francis Joseph 

Lardner , William J 

La Roche, William J 

Larocque, Joseph 

Lauterbach, Ed. 54, no, 117, 12S, 

Lawrence, Abraham Riker 

Lawrence, Frank R 

Lawton, Col. Alex. R 

Learv, fames Daniel 

Ledwith, Michael 

Lee, Edward Elisha 

Lee, Homer 63, 

Leech, Edward Owen 

Lehmaier, James S 

Leich, Adam Henry. . . 107, no, 

Leonard, Col. Henry W 

Lesser, M.D., A. Mons 

Leventritt , David 

Levey, Edgar J 

Levy, Abraham 

" Levy, E. I>." The 

Levy, Ferdinand 

Levy, Jefferson Monroe 

Levy, Col. Richard M 

Lewisohn, Leonard 

Lewisohn, Philip 

LightBattery C, V. S. Art 

Lipton, Sir Thos, .no, n2, 117 

Little, John H 

Little, Joseph James 

Littlejohn, Bisltop Abram N.. , 

Livingston, (.ieorge 

I,loyd, Col. James H 

Loder, Col, Benjamin 

Long, Sec. John D 6 

Lopez, Charles A 

Lord, Chester Sanders 

Lord, Major Frank H 



75 
100 

48 



35 
117 
19 
97 

39 

iS 
S2 

86 
71 
67 
9 
90 
65 

117 
7 
34 

117 
31 
68 

104 
59 
8/ 



30 
117 
147 
lis 

74 
1 10 

36 



66 
87 
67 
97 
49 
146 
31 

iiS 
84 
103 



29 
63 
76 
124 
89 
60 



78 
13S 
iiS 
65 
62 
49 
77 
117 
118 
109 
9 



152 



INDEX: THE ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEPTION 



Lord, Franklin Plutler 4:; 

Lorillard. Jr., Pierre 44 

LoansbuiT, Gov. Geo. E. ..n^;, 141 

Loveland, Col. F. C 70, \^'\ im2 

Lo\ing Cup '..'.....' 1 5,0 

Loving Cup, Presentation of.. 114 

Low, Philip Purrill "" ho 

Low. Seth 10. no, 114, It; 

Luce, Robert Lee 511 

Ludington, Major Lucerne.... Tis 

Lukeman. H.. Augustus .; 

Lvon, Adjt. Robert P 1 1- 

:viacCracken, L.T).. Rev.H._AL 22 

INIcAdam, Iia\-id -,c, 

McAdoo, William. .mS, k.>,, ho, 1^17 

McAlpin, Gen. Ldwin A 41 

McAnernev. John 71 

iMcBride, Ihonias James ^^ 

McCafferty, Robert qg 

McCall, lohn Augustine ly 

.^IcCall, John T..^ n:.2, 117 

McCaiTen, Patrick H (.17 

McCarthy, Anthonv 62 

McCarthy, John Henry 5^ 

McCartney, James (>3 

McCaul, Thomas Francis 10-^ 

McClellan, t ienrge Unnton. . . . bo 

McClure, David 27 

McCrea, Lieut. -Col. Tullv 117 

" McCulloch, Hugh " The 6 

McCooey, John Henry S5 

McCook, Gen. Anson George.. 6g 

I\rcCormick, Andrew A 25 

McCreery, James 42 

McCurdy, Richard Aldrich 20 

Mclionald, John 1'. 53 

iMcIionald, John \\' 54 

McDonald John Waddill ^S 

McDonnell. Bishop C. E 77 

McI)onough, \\'ilHam Henr}'. . S'^ 

McGarry, John James 106, 117 

McGuire, John C 82 

Mclnerney, James J gn 

Mclnnes, James Hamilton .... 102 

Mclntyre, Thomas Alex 27 

]\IcKeever, Stephen William... 102 

McKehvay, St, Clair.. 24, log, no 

113- ii's i2b 

McKeon, John Savage S7 

McKeown, John <-,o 

McKim. Charles FoUen 2^, no 

McKinley, Pres. M'illiam . . ,. 4, 14N 

McLaughlin, Hugh 52 

!McLean, Andrew OS 

McLeer, Gen. James. . S2, i 17. 137 

]\IcMahon, John Thomas 104 

Mc:\Iahon, Martin T 3S 

McMillin, Gov. Benton 117 

]\IcNair, Admiral Frederick A'., 14^ 

McXulty, jNIajnr Peter H 117 

McSueeny, Gov. M. B 117 

Mack. Frank Walstine 34 

Mack, Jacob Wolfgang 50 

Mackey, William 1 13 

Madison Square...?, S, 10, 127-129 

132, T33, 13:^ 

Madison Square Presb. Church 10 

Mahan, Lieut. -Com. [)ennis H. 117 

Matier, John F g2 

I\Iaine Troops 1 iS 

Male, William Henr\' 25 

Malone, Rev. Syh'ester 35 

" Manassas," '] he Ram 3 

I\Iander,Train Mastur Edwin T. 150 

Mangin, Tliomas A ^4 

Manhattan Building 122 

Manhattan \'olunteers iiS 

INIanila Bay, The ilattle of 6 

" Manning," I'lie 110, 121 

Marlow, Col. George W nS 

Marshall, Henry g5 

Martin, Bernard F g6 

Martin, James J gg 

ilartin, Col. William Irwin. ... 73 

Maryland Troops 1 iS 

" Massachusetts,'' 1'he 1 10, 1 16, 122 

Mather, Lieut. A. W 117 

Maudsley, Capt. John 3 

Maxwell, Henry William 21 

Mayer, Wilbam 8S 

Mayer, iSIajor W. E. C 117 

Mayo, Caswell Arnvstrong 04 

Mazet, Robert 93 

Mediterranean .Sciuadnm 3 

Meehan, John Thomas 75 

Meehan, Patrick C 67 

Meister, Louis 95 

^Melville, .Admiral t lefn'ge W.. . 149 

Mendel, Moses Ira ■■■■ 72 

^Merritt, t Jen. Wesley. . 24, log, 117 

Metroi>olitan Life ins. lUdg. . . 10 

INIetzger, Charles fii, 

^Metzger, Major Gto. J 117 

Me}'er, Cord 44 

IMeyer, Jr., < ieorge W 94 

Meyer. Ptter !■' 2S, i m 

Michler, Capt. l-'ranci-i. 1 17, 128, 146 

Miles, (.Icn. Nelson A. 109, 114, 117 

12S, 130, 143, 146 

Millard, Rev. Charles Wesley., loi 

Miller, Charles Ransom 27 

Miller, J ieut. Frank J 117 

Miller, Capt. Jacob W..3y, no, 117 

Miller, Admiral Jos. N 117, 14-) 

!Miner. Henry Clay 35 

Minsky, Louis 104 

Mirs Bay '■ 

Mississippi Troops 118 

Mitchell, John I\lurra\' 74 

Mitchell, Richard H 7':' 

]\rittendoi-f, William F 3''^ 

Moebus, August 77 

" Monmouth," The no 

Montojo, Admiral 6 

Mooney, John Henry S9 

:\Ioore, Charles Arthur 33 

Moore, John Nathaniel tfo 

Morgan, James H I'o 



Morgan, John Pierpont iS, 1 10 

jNIorgan, Rollin Montgomer^^ . s2 

Moriai'ty. Thaddeus iio 

Moms, Frederick Parrv S5 

Morris, Col. Wm. F. . .' 117 

IMorse, Charles Wyman 51 

i\Iorse, Sidney Edward 30 

Morton, Levi P. ...47, 113, 114, 117 

12': 12S, I4h 

Moses, Moses Henry 79 

Moss, Theodore 92 

Motley, Tiiornton Niven 4i> 

^ilott, Jordan Lawrence 27 

I\Iott, Capt. T. Bentley 117 

Mount, Gov. James A i i:s 

Moynihan, Frederick 7 

Muh. Robert 103 

I\luller, Nicliolas ^o, no, 117 

^Mulligan, Lieut 112 

^lunicipal Reception Com.... n-14 

IMunzinger, Louis 97 

Murphv, Chief of Police Benj.. 130 

Murphy, Col. Michael C 59 

Murphv, Mayor Paul St. Clair. 117 

Murphy, S.j"., Rev. I'hos. E... 30 

i\Iurray, Bernard Lharle^ 55 

Music and Fireworks Gmw 14 

Myers, 1 heodore Walter, . . .20, no 

Naething, Charles Fred'k 52 

Nagle, M.r»., John Thomas.. . 34 

Nagle, Percival E 12 

National Shoe and Leather 

Bank n:;, 122 

Naval Brigade, The U. S .". 1 [7 

Neufeld, Emil 105 

Neville, M.It., John James... 97 

New burger, Joseph E 42 

New England Women's Grand 

Stand 14; 

Newell, Edward Augustus ^4 

New Hampshire Trtiops nS 

New Jersey Naval Reserve. . , . 123 

New Jersey Troops nS;, 141 

Newman, Henry 26 

"New York," The 1 10, 1 1'\ 124, 150 

New York Life Bldg...iio, 112, 122 

New York National ( iiiard 117 

" NewA'ork," Sailors (.d the, . . 133 

Nicoll, r>eLance\' 78 

Nicoll, M,D., Henry Denton.. O3 

Niehaus, Charles H 7 

Niles, Lt.-Com, Kossuth 117 

Niles, William Watson So 

Nixon, Lewis.. .74, id, nri, ni, 117 

North Carolina Troops nS 

Norton, Admiral Charles .S. . . . 149 

Norton, James 97 

Nunan, Denis S3 

(.)akley, John T 27, 117 

<")atman, Joseph 104 

( )'r;eirne, ( ien. Jas. Rowan..,. 3.S 

(J'Brien, Edward Charles 25 

G'lh-ien, !MileS Murruugh 5^1 

(J'Brien, Morgan Josepli 64 

Gchs, Adolpli S 43, 1 10, 1 10 

O'Connell, John H b^, 

O'Connell, John J 94 

O'Connor, Eugene Franklin.,.. 86 

G'Connor, John Joseph (15 

O'Donohue, Lt,-Col. T. J. mS, 117 

0'r*wyer, Edward T'rancis y.) 

Oelrichs, Herman 51 

OMlorman. James Aloysius.... 03 

( )'( Irady, Joseph F ir.f) 

( )liio Troops 118 

( )'Keeffe, John George 57 

Okie, Howard P '. 08 

Olcott, William M. Knox 43 

Old Guard 117, 142 

Olin, Stephen H nn 

(Jliphant, James H 54 

( )liver, James 87 

(..'liver, Gen. Robert Shaw 117 

Olmslead, Major L. M 117 

Olney, Peter Butler 7.. 

I *rr, Alexander Ectnr 45 

< )rr, John C 7 ! 

Oshon, Bradley Silleck 02 

(J'Sulhvan, Thomas Cullen, ... 82 

(^)ttendorfer, ( )swald 50 

(.)vven, Edward 105 

f_)wens, James 1115 

" (Jlympia," The. . . .d, 108-1 13 , 115 

-117, no, 120, [23, 124 

'' < Jlymjnia " Crew, The. ... 131 , n2 

Padden, .Michael C loO 

Page, Capt. Henry B 73, n8 

Page. J. Seaver 70 

Pangborn, Zebina K 3, 1 ^o 

Parker, Lt. -Col. John .A ii8 

Parker, Capt. Richard W 118 

Parsons, William Henry i>5 

Partridge, Wm. <.) o 

Patterson, Edward 43 

Patterson, Thomas J 58 

Peck, Gen. T. S 117 

Peiser, ^LD., Louis 72 

Pennsylvania Troops 118 

" Pensacola," Flagship 4 

Perkins, Frank Ellsworth S3 

Perkins, Hosea Ballon 98 

Perrin , Zachariah 3 

Perry, Commodore o 

Perry, E. Flinton 7 

" Petrel," The no 

Pettebone, Lt. -Col. Lauren W. 117 

Philip, Adm, J. W. 14, ' 5, o.^g.nj , n'> 

Philippine Archipelago o 

Phillijis, Lee e,,, 

Philhps, N.Taylor.... c,2 

Phisterer, Gen. Frederick no 

Pierrepont, Fleiiry Evelyn 20 

Pierson, (.Jen, John Fred 3d 

Place, Col. Frank nS 

Piatt, Thomas Collier 31 

Plaza Bank 1.14 

Plumb, Capt. Charles n; 

Police Lioats 1 1---, 1 13, n<;, 12' 

Polict: Escort 130 



Polk. ^I.E).. AYilliam .M 74 

'■ Porter," The no, 121 

Porter, J. Addison 150 

'' Portsmouth," The 122 

Post, (.leorge B 7 

Postal Telegraph Building.. 114, 115 

Postley, Col. Clarence A 05 

Poth, Jr., John 04 

Potter, Edward C o 

Potter, Edward Clarkson 70 

Potter, Bishop Henry C 18 

Potter, Lt.-Com. Wm, P 117 

Power, Maurice J 75 

Pratt, Sereno Stansburv 83 

Preble, Commodore 7 

Press Committee 14 

Price, Bruce 7, 3" 

Price, George Allan 55 

Printingand Badges (^'ommittee 14 

Proskey. Col. W'infield S..im8, nS 

Pulitzer, Joseph 38 

Pyrotechnic Itisplay 112 

(Quadriga 7 

O'^'i.e,?. Lemuel Ely 45 

Ouincy, Capt. John D n? 

Railroad and Steamboat Rates 

Committee 14 

" Raleigh," The 0, no 

Ralston. Col. Robert n.S 

Rand, George Curtis 33 

Ransom, Major Clias. M n8 

Rasines, Antonio 4'' 

Reception Committee n-14 

Redington, L>man Williams.., 7>^ 

Refreshment Committee 14 

Reick, William C ^? 

Reid, Whitelaw 18 

Reilly, Thomas Howard S3 

Renehan, Jolm 77 

Reser^■oir, P'ifth Avenue 145 

Rhinelander, Philip 101 

Rhoades, John Harsen '-•?, 

Rhoades, Rev, Wm. C. 1' 9S 

Rice, Samuel Mayer 23 

Richards, (_iov. DeForest 117 

"Richards, Leonard," The. .. . 120 

Richardson, M.D., Waldo H., g8 

Ridabock, Lt.-Col. Henry C. . , i rS 

Ridder, Het man 50, 1 17 

Riding Club. The 144 

Riedman, Yalentine J o<-' 

Rierdon, Tames A <)^ 

Ringler, William (.; .S2 

Riordan, Daniel J do 

Risse, Louis Aloysius 45 

Riverside Drive 115,128,131,135, 13d 

Riverside Park 123 

Rives, (".eorge Lockhart on 

Roacii, Stephen Wood 47 

Robb, James Hampden 32 

Robertson, Chas. Edmeston . . . g8 

Roche, Patrick Henry •)2 

Roche, Theodore Michael 55 

Roddy, John Stephen 1113 

Rodgers, (ien. Jolm 1 117 

Rodgers" (Gen.) Staff Officers.. 134 

Roe, Admiral Francis A 1411 

Roe, Gen. C. F. 14, 15, 115, 1 id, 129 

Rogan, John Henry 74 

Rogers, Andrew Bell 41) 

Rogers, Flenry Allen 7g 

Rollins, Gov. Frank W 118 

Roosa, ^LD,, D.B. St. John... 40 

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell 32, 1 ro 

Roosevelt's C'a\alry Escort. ... 13d 

Roosevelt, Gov. Theodore. . .4, loS 

-no, n4, 117, 126, 130, 136, 139 

Root, Elihu 20 

Rosenwald, Sigmund 00 

Rossiler, Clinton L 40 

Ro\'ersi, Luigi So 

Ruckstuhl, F. Wellington 7, 9 

Ruppert, Jr., Jacob oo 

Russell, Charles Ha/.eii 32 

kusscll, fJov. Daniel L 117 

Russell, George T'oan 8], n7 

Russell, William Hayden Sg 

Ryan, J'lhn Joseph 75 

Ryan, Thomas Fortune 3d 

Ryan, Lieut. John P. J 117 

Ryder, Patrick Joseph 107 

Ryley, Rupert A 5d 

Sackett, Clen. J^rederic M 117 

.Sailnrs and Marines 133 

.St. ( laudens, Augustus j.i 

St. Patrick's Cathedral 147 

St. Paul Building nr> 

Salmon, Arthur C 5S 

.'-^am])ers, Henry P .ss 

.Sampson, Adm. A\ m. 1'. . .. 100, m . 

no, 12.S, 143, ,4.1 

Sanders, Leon ^3 

.Sandford, \\'illiam Lincfiln )i 

Sandford, William Piggot 85 

" Sand\' Hook " . . 1 10, in, 120, 123 

.Sanger, Frank Wilbur 24 

Scannell, CJeorge Florence 34 

Scannell, John J 2,8 

.Schaefer, Edward Charles 79 

Schafer, Samuel M 35 

Schall, ( '.en. John W n7 

Schell, Edward Paul 5^ 

S(.hi(jren, Charles A. . , ,42, 1 og n7 

Srhilf , Jacob Flenry 44 

.Schltsinger, I.,eo 04 

Schley, Adm.W. S. 114,1 '7,i2d, 140 

Sclimid, Frederick 7,, 

Schmid, August F ,1 

Schneider, Jr., \\'illiam F 1^5 

SlKieneck, Cliarles C gi 

SLhuchman. John Peter 48 

Sehwenker, William Morris,... 5^ 

SloU, Edward \\'illiam 23 

Scott. Francis .Markoe 3^^ 

Seiidder, Townsend 80 

Scully, John I'"" i2d 

.Scully, Patrick Joseph 34 

1 .Seeligsberg, William 58 

' Selmes, John Henry 87 



Sender, George 

Seventh Regt^, New York.. 139, 
Seventy-firs't Regt. , New York. 

Sexton, Jolm P. dg. 

Shale, Jacob Best 

Shallenberger, Gen. W. S..no, 

Shannon, \\'illiam N 

Sharkey, ^richael T.,^ 

Shavne, Christopher C 

Shaw, Dr. Albert 

Shea, John Lawrence 92, 

Sheehan, Edward Henry 

Sheehan, John Charles 

Sheehy, Edward Charles 

Shevlin, James 1 10, 

Shoemaker, Lieut. 'Wm. R 

Shultz, Jr., Capt. John H 

Sicard, Admiral Montgomery. , 

Sickles, (;;en. Iianiel E 

Siege Battery K, 5th U. S. Art.. 

Siems, (Jeorge 

Silliman, Benj. Douglas 

Simis, Jr., Adolpb 

Simmons, Joseph Edward 

Siinonson, F. De Hass 

Simpson, Lieut. Edward 

.Skinner, PMward "N'alentine, , . . 

Slater, Samuel Scott 

.SlalterN', Yincent Joseph 

Sleicher, John Alfred 

Sloane, John 

Slote, Alonzo 

Smith, Col, Alexis C 

Smith, Charles Stewart 

Smith, Pay Insp. Lianiel A 

Smith, (iov, Edward C 

Smith, (.leu. George riloore..38, 

.Smitli, ( Jeorge Waldo 

Smitii, Col. Heniy C 

.Smitli, James E 

Smith, James J 104, 

Smith, Nelson 

Smith, Robert Alex. C 2d, 

Smith, Col. Robert G 

Sm\'th, Frederick 

Snvder, Charles B. T 

Sohmer, WiUiam 

Sidomon, Jacob Philip 

Si 'Lisa's Band nd, 

.Spanish American Veterans. . . . 

Speaks. Ccd. John C 

Spellman, Lt.-Col, Michael J . . 

Si^rague, Nathan Turner 

Squadron "A" 

Squadron "A's" Mounted Band 

Stadler, Charles Albert 4b, 

Stands Cc)mmittee 

Stanton, Walter 

•Starin, John H 14, i,, no, 

" Starin, The J, H "..109, in. 

Steam A'acbts no, in, 

.Steele, Hiram Roswell 

Stelnliardt, Joseph H 

Stewart Building 

Stewart, I'ayid Samuel 

Stewart, John Aikman 

.Stewart, Lispenard 

Stewart, Gen. Thomas J 

Sliehel, Isaac 

.Stiffsonn, Samuel J 

Stillman, James iN, 

.Stiner, Joseph Henry qg, 

Stockton, Frank R. .' \ . 

.Stone, < lov. \\'^m. _\...iio, 117, 

Stout, C'harles Herman 

Straus, Nathan S2, 

Strauss, Lieut. Joseph 

Strong, William P.. 17, no, 114, 

Sturgis. Frank Knight 40, 

.SulHwtn, Andrew T 

Sulli\'an, John Augustine 

Sulli\'an, Patrick Joseph 

Sullivan, Timothy D 

SulHvan, T imothy P 

,Sul/er, Herman 

Sulzer, William 

Sutro, Tlieodore 

.Swayne, Gen. Wager 

Swett, Col. EdwardC 

Talcott, James 

'Falcott, Mary 

Talcott, Capt. Samuel 

Taylor, Alexander 

Taylor, James Flodge 

Taylor, Samuel Walter 

Temple Emami-EI 

•' Texas," 'Jhe no, 

'I'exas Troojis 

Ten Eyck, ^Villiam Henr\' 

■|'urr\'. ( leiirge Seth 

Third Battery, Brooklyn. .. n7, 

Thomas. Caj^t. Chas, M 

Thompson, Col. (leo. H 

Thompson, John Ricliard 

Thnmpson, Robert Means 

Tiemaiin, Daniel Fawcett 

Tiffany, Charles Lewis 

Tiffany X: Co 1,^, 

Tilford. Frank .\ 

Tilt, Albert 

Timpson, Thomas William. . . . 

Tinker, (_'harles Almerin 

Tnrlmrg. Herman H 

Torjiedo I'oats 1,2 1 , 

Toii^saint, Eieut. C. O 

'I'nwen, William Charles 

Towner, Major Roger B 

Trac\', I len. [lenjamiu F 

Tracy, Major Charles M 

Train, Capt. Chas. J 

I'rainor, Patrick Francis 

'IVeadwell, G-A. i leorge Curtis. 

Treadwell, I .t.-Col. H. H 

Treat, Charles Henry 

Tremain, (ien, Henry E 

'J'ruax, Charles Henry 

Tubbs, Cornelius P 

Tugboats 120, 

Tumbridge, Major John W. . . . 



57 
1 '5 



"7 
117 



nS 
47 



Tunnel, Gov. Ebe W 116 

Twombly, Hamilton McK 19 

I'narnied Division nS 

Underhdl, John Quincy 60 

Union League Club 147 

United Fruit Company 123 

I'nited States Marines n2, 134, 13^ 

Unterm\'er, Samuel 5b 

Ihiiversity Club 147 

ITpshur, Admiral John H 149 

Utley, William Richard 34 

Utter. Col. F. A nS 

^'ail. ("leorge Francis 63 

\'an Allen, Lucas L 69 

Yan Brunt, Charles H 47 

Yan Cott, Cornelius bi 

Yander Beugle, Henry E 56 

Yanderbilt, Cornelius 44 

Yanderbilt (Cornelius) Resid'ce 144 
Yan Dyke, D.D., Rev. Henry, 48 

Yan Hoesen, ( ieorge M 46 

\'an Norden, W.-.,44, no, 114, 126 

A' an Scliaick, Eugene 61 

\'an Wormer, John Rufus 41 

Yan Wvck, Robert A.. ..14, 15, no 

113-nd. 126, 127, 143 

Van Wyck, Col. William Edw. d5 

\'arnum, (Jen. James jMcC,.,. 39 

Yaiighan, Jr., John J 104 

Yellon, Jacob Joseph 014, ny 

" Victory " 7. 9 

A'iele, (Jen. Egbert L 72 

A'oorhees. Gov. Foster M 1 16 

\"reeland, Herbert Harold 44 

^'ro^unan, Col. John W 21 , 117 

^\'adhams, Ensign Albion J ... , 117 

Wadsworth, Major Craig 117 

\\'adsworth, Henry C 117 

Wagner, Joseph 96 

A\"alile, Charles (.ierard F 3S 

Walker, Com, Asa. .6, 115, iio, 148 

A\'all, Patrick Thomas 04 

\\'allace, ( ;en. W^m, C. .43, no, 117 

^\■alhng, .Alajor J. H 118 

\\'alsh,'"Jr., John F Si 

\\'alters, Richard jNf 76 

Wanser. Brig. -lien. P. F. , nS, 141 
Ward, John Quincy Adams 7, ■.j, 78 
Wardwell, William Thomas... . 41 

Ware, Frederick Alonzo 92 

Warner, John De Witt 7 

Warren, Major Chas. E n7 

Washington Arch 1 16, 140, 142 

Washington Building no 

Washington, Wm. De H iS 

Waterbury, Nelson Jar\'is loo 

Water Parade iio, 112 

Watkins, Commander Fred'k. . 149 
Webb, General Alexander S. . - 49 

Weber, John W Og 

Weil, 1 >a\id Louis 72 

\\'einacht, Richard 50 

A\'eisbecker, Charles ^i 

^Velch, Ir., Col. Samuel W..,. 117 

Welde, Charles 76 

^^^elling, Joseph Edward 103 

Wells, Gov. Heber M 117 

Wendel, Capt. Louis 117 

\\'enman, James Fowler =;i 

'Wessels, Col. Chas. H iiS 

\\'est Point Cadets n7, 135 

^\'halen, John 20, no 

^\'heeler, Capt. Edward J n7 

Whistler, Capt, 1 iarland N 117 

White, Andrew Joseph 87 

\Vhite, Stephen ^"an Cullen.... 39 

Wliitehouse. Worthington 04 

\\'liitnev, William Collins. . . 14. 15 

A\'hittiei-, Gen, Charles A 37 

Whittlesey, Lieut. "Wm. B n? 

A\'ilcox, Major R. \Y nS 

AVildes, Capt .0,1 12, 114-116. i2d, 14S 

Wildev, Charles Frederick 77 

Wiley", Col. A. A 118 

\\'illiams, Francis F 107 

Williams, George Gilbert 44 

\\'illiams, Stephen M do 

Williams. William Henry 85 

A\Mllicombe, Joseph Francis... S8 

"Wilson, Charles George 56 

Wilson, Major David 117 

^\'ilson, Frank E So 

Wilson, Harris 90 

\\'ilson, Geii. James t'irant . .41 , nS 

Wils,ni. Col. Joel nS 

\\'ilsMn, Lt.-Com. John C 117 

Wils(ui, (leu. Thomas nS 

Wilson , Thomas A 34 

Wilson, Major Wm n7 

\\-hidolph, John Paul 75 

Wingate. Capt. Geo. A 117 

Wingenfeld. Joseph 92 

Wise, Albert Johnson 75, ni 

\\"ise, Eugene Alonzo 107 

\\'issel, (.'harles t.' 95 

\\'ilherbee, l''rank Spencer 39 

Wolfsohn, Henry So 

\\'ood, Benjamin 7S 

Wood, Cum. Edw. P 6, 114-116 

Wood, Major John H 118 

\\'ood. Lieut. Spencer S. n7 

^\'oodford, { ieu. Stewart L 45 

Woodruff, Timothy L. .40, \\'\ 117 
Woods, I'hos. F,."io2. no, no, 128 

Woodward, Lt.-Col. Park nS 

Wooley, Joseph A S7 

Worniser, I .eopold 71 

Wright, Henry John 43 

Wright, lames Anderson 44 

Wiiesi, \Villiam P 52 

Wurstc-r, Frederick W 55, n4 

^\ym.^n, Major J. C .' .". 118 

W\'man, Major L. H nS 

\'aclu Squadron 122, 125 

■N'ork, Bernard J ^,-f^ 110 

Ziegemeier, Lieut. Henry J."..' 117 

Ziegler, William 57 

Zimmerman, Col. Chas. X nS 

Zucca, Antonio rz